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BIO 2019 Notebook: M&A Soars, Lartruvo Lookback, BIO Vs. ASCO

Executive Summary

News and views from day four of the BIO International Convention: emerging company M&A deals nearly double in 2018; former FDA official Amy McKee said "everything worked right" with accelerated approval and removal of Lilly's Lartruvo; and the ASCO effect on the 3-6 June BIO meeting.

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