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FibroGen Wins Big Upfront, Keeps US Rights to Oral Anemia Drug

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Astellas Pharma badly wanted to expand its rights to FibroGen's oral anemia compounds beyond Japan. So badly, in fact, that it paid a whopping $300 million up front, agreed to up to $465 million in pre-approval milestones, and will fund half of the compounds' development in Europe and North America. Yet Astellas doesn't even get North American commercial rights in exchange: it had to settle for European and other ex-US territories.
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