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Gilead Turns Back To Virology With $1.4bn MYR Acquisition

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MYR’s Hepcludex obtained EU accelerated approval in July, making it the first approved therapy for hepatitis D. One analyst sees the drug as a blockbuster revenue opportunity for Gilead.

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