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Alexion boosts rare disease portfolio with $8.4bn Synageva buy

Alexion boosts rare disease portfolio with $8.4bn Synageva buy

In recent weeks Shire agreed the takeover of NPS for $5.2bn, largely on the strength of rare disease therapies short bowel syndrome drug candidate Gattex (teduglutide) and Natpara (recombinant parathyroid

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  • Deal Watch table for January 2015 Deal Watch table for January 2015

    NPS/Shire. NPS specialises in rare diseases including Gattex [teduglutide] for the treatment of short bowel syndrome.

  • Pharma deals during January 2015 Pharma deals during January 2015

    Paying $46 per share (a 51% share price premium), this deals brings Gattex (teduglutide) used in the long-term treatment of adults with short bowel syndrome into the Shire portfolio and

  • Pharma deals during March 2013 Pharma deals during March 2013

    The company is preparing to launch teduglutide as Gattex in the US later in 2013 and is also planning to submit a biologic license application to the FDA for PTH

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