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Rigel’s High Science Bet

Executive Summary

In an era in which biotechs focus on specialty drugs in niche populations, Rigel has been building a portfolio that looks different from other biopharmas in terms of what goes in and how it goes out. Although the company is currently valued on the performance of fostamatinib, investors might do well to take notice of Rigel’s pipeline.

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