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Biogen Bets Big To Bag Sage Depression And Tremor Drugs

Paying $1.53bn Upfront For Zuranolone And SAGE-324

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Rather than hitting the acquisition trail, Biogen has taken the licensing route to expand its psychiatric and neurological disorders pipeline.

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