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Deal Watch: Novartis Signs Deals In Migraine & Diabetes

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Novartis will invest in the Calgary-based Parvus and collaborate on a Navacim candidate for type 1 diabetes. Japan's Sawai moves into the US market by acquiring Upsher-Smith's generics business, while Denovo acquires a suspended depression candidate from AMRI for its personalized development approach.

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