Deal Watch: Pfizer Licenses Skin-Targeted JAK Inhibitor Portfolio From Theravance
Deal with Pfizer makes for Theravance’s third large pharma partnership since 2016. AbbVie off-loads Marinol to India’s Alkem, Bausch licenses candidate for rare form of dry eye disease from Novaliq.
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