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Ireland's Mallinckrodt buys US regenerative medicine firm

Ireland's Mallinckrodt buys US regenerative medicine firm

Stratatech’s StrataGraft in phase III testing for burns treatment. Ireland's Mallinckrodt Pharma has continued its acquisitive streak with a deal to buy Stratatech, a US firm developing a biologic ... treatment for severe burns.

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  • Herceptin can treat stomach cancer

    Advanced stomach cancer is a devastating disease for which there are currently few treatment options," said William M. ... Burns, CEO of Roche's Pharmaceuticals Division. Stomach cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in the world.

  • Teva invests USD 100m in startup medical technology company

    Mediwound, which is also based in Israel, specialises in technology to treat burns. ... Ruben Krupik, CEO of Clal Biotechnology Industries, said that the burns treatment market was worth USD 400-500m annually.

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