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Shire paying $5.2bn for rare disease specialist NPS

This article was originally published in Scrip

Executive Summary

Shire will put its $1.6bn cash breakup fee from AbbVie – and then some – to use via the Dublin-based company's $5.2bn acquisition of NPS Pharmaceuticals.

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