RedHill Biopharma Gets Rights To Naloxegol, No Longer Core At AstraZeneca
Backed By Funds From HealthCare Royalty Partners
Deal Snapshot: AstraZeneca has sublicensed global rights to its peripheral mu-opioid receptor antagonist to RedHill Biopharma, excluding Europe, Canada and Israel, with RedHill also separately receiving non-dilutive financing from HealthCare Royalty Partners.
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