Sobi Exits Nirsevimab Cost-Sharing Pact With AstraZeneca, Simplifies Royalty Deal With Sanofi
Deal Snapshot: Approved in the EU/UK and nearing a US approval, rights to the RSV prophylaxis for infants and newborns are simplified in the pair of agreements unveiled by Synagis owner Sobi.
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