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Reata's $450 Million Up-Front Haul Sets A Record But Remains An Outlier

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In late September, Reata Pharmaceuticals Inc. dealt its Phase IIb chronic kidney disease candidate bardoxolone to Abbott Laboratories Inc., and the $450 million down payment easily dwarfs those on other deals around development-stage drug candidates, going back as far as the eye can see.

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