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Celgene acquires a myeloma treatment

by Michael McCoy
November 28, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 47

Celgene has acquired the proteasome inhibitor marizomib from Triphase Accelerator for an undisclosed sum plus future milestone payments. Triphase has completed Phase I clinical trials of marizomib as a treatment for glioblastoma and multiple myeloma. Celgene already markets the multiple myeloma treatments Revlimid and Thalomid. Triphase, a spin-off from the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, granted Celgene the option to buy the drug in 2014.

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