Ipsen Expands In Oncology With New Pacts
French Firm Ups BD Activity
After CEO David Loew declared again that Ipsen would be very active in the dealmaking space, Ipsen is paying $45m upfront to access two immuno-oncology candidates from Marengo and bagged an ERK inhibitor from AGV Discovery.
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