Gilead Writes Down Kite Buy As Yescarta Sales Flatten Out
Gilead takes $800m impairment charge against Kite acquisition a year after an $820m write-down. Kite and Yescarta are appear to be afterthoughts in discussions of Gilead’s portfolio and pipeline.
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