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Bayer Enters CAR-T Space With Atara Pact

Pays $60m Upfront

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Marianne De Backer, head of pharma BD and licensing at the German firm, told Scrip, "We strongly believe that the future is allogeneic and we were looking for pioneers in the field."

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