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Pay Day For Reata As Bardoxolone Progresses For Kidney Disease In Japan

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Reata reaps benefit from 2009 licensing deal with Kyowa Hakko Kirin for bardoxolone as transcription factor activator moves into pivotal study for kidney disease in Japan.

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