Bayer Back In Radiopharmaceuticals Ring With Noria Buy
Adds To Targeted Alpha Therapy Pipeline
Although Bayer's radiopharmaceutical for prostate cancer Xofigo has proved a commercial disappointment, the Leverkusen-headquartered firm is keen to advance its pipeline of targeted alpha therapies, snapping up Noria and its subsidiary PSMA Therapeutics.
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