Biogen Partners With InnoCare To Keep Up With BTK Inhibitor Leaders in MS
$125m Upfront For InnoCare
BTK Inhibitors could be a major advance multiple sclerosis therapy, and Biogen has bought into a potential challenger to Phase III frontrunner from Sanofi and Roche.
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