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Agios Sells Cancer Portfolio To Servier To Focus On Genetic Diseases

$2bn Deal With $1.8bn Up Front For Idhifa Rights, Tibsovo And More

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Agios’ cellular metabolism expertise first delivered cancer drugs but sees greater opportunity in genetically defined diseases. CEO Jackie Fouse talked to Scrip about the business strategy.

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