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Pharmaceuticals

Pfizer gets Sangamo hemophilia treatment

by Michael McCoy
May 15, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 20

Pfizer has licensed Sangamo Therapeutics’ gene therapy programs for hemophilia A, including SB-525, which is expected to enter the clinic this quarter. Sangamo will get $70 million up front plus milestone payments of up to $300 million. Pfizer is already partnered with Spark Therapeutics on a gene therapy for hemophilia B. Last year Pfizer spent $150 million to acquire Bamboo Therapeutics and its gene therapy manufacturing facility.

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