Servier's Shire Oncology Buy Gives Base For US Expansion
With the $2.4bn acquisition of Shire's oncology assets, including Oncaspar and Onivyde, the French drug maker has laid down a marker to become a key player in cancer and sees the US in particular as the land of opportunity.
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