Allergan And Valeant Expand In Dermatology | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 89 Issue 30 | p. 17 | Concentrates
Issue Date: July 25, 2011

Allergan And Valeant Expand In Dermatology

Department: Business
Keywords: dermatology, M&A

Three dermatology businesses have changed hands in recent weeks. Allergan is paying $75 million up front and up to $200 million in milestones for privately held Vicept Therapeutics. Vicept, a Malvern, Penn.-based dermatology firm, was started in 2009 to commercialize V-101, a topical cream for the treatment of the redness associated with rosacea. It has since completed two Phase II studies. Separately, Valeant Pharmaceuticals has snapped up Johnson & Johnson’s Ortho Dermatologics division for $345 million. The deal came just days after Valeant agreed to fork over $425 million for Sanofi’s dermatology unit, Dermik, along with the global rights to the wrinkle filler Sculptra Aesthetic.

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