Deal Watch: Early 2020 Deal-Making Boom Starts With Third Bayer/Evotec R&D Alliance
The JP Morgan conference uptick in biopharma deal-making has begun with more than 20 deals announced this week, including the latest Bayer/Evotec partnership and Pfizer’s cancer tie-up with eFFECTOR.
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