Deals in Depth: May 2012
In one of several large up-front deals it’s done in the past few years, Abbott paid $110 million for Action’s kidney injury candidate. Agilent bought cancer diagnostics firm Dako for $2.2 billion. And both biopharma and medical device financing went up in May compared with April.
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