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J&J Bets Big On Arrowhead’s Early Promise In Hepatitis B

Executive Summary

The pharma is paying $250m up front for worldwide rights to Arrowhead’s Phase I/II RNAi candidate. Arrowhead says letting J&J take the lead on HBV enables it to focus on other pipeline programs it can bring to market itself.

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