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Asia Deal Watch: Boost For Esperion's Cholesterol Candidate As Daiichi Brought On Board

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Daiichi Sankyo pays $150m upfront to commercialize Esperion's cholesterol drug and combination in Europe, while Gilead enters major deal worth up to $785m with Korea's Yuhan to bolster its NASH portfolio. Samsung taps 3SBio to build its biosimilars business in China. 

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