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Bayer Wins Specialty CV Deal

Executive Summary

Bayer will pay $50 million up front and up to $335 million in development and commercialization milestones for ex-US rights to Nuvelo's clot-buster alfimeprase, which complements the German group's specialist cardiovascular portfolio.

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