Regeneron And Sanofi Antibody Discovery Deal To End
Regeneron and Sanofi have decided to call it a day on their antibody discovery partnership that brought the world Praluent, Dupixent and Kevzara. Regeneron announced that the collaboration was winding down during its Q2 results, where investors were focused on Dupixent's launch progress.
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