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In-licensing Drugs for Personalized Medicine: What You Know, When You Know It

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Perlegen says it didn't make sense to do a costly genetic analysis on Mitsubishi's netoglitazone prior to getting rights to the drug. The decision highlights a dilemma for personalized medicine companies pursuing in-licensing, especially those attempting to differentiate a drug from others in its class: How do you assess a drug's potential before you actually have a chance to work with it?
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