Merck, Pfizer sign diabetes drug collaboration

04/30/2013 | Reuters · Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Pfizer and Merck agreed to jointly develop and market the former's investigational type 2 diabetes drug ertugliflozin both as a standalone product and in combination with metformin and Merck's Januvia, or sitagliptin. The deal entitles Pfizer to as much as $60 million in upfront and milestone fees as well as additional payments if certain targets are reached. Merck and Pfizer said they would split potential revenue and some costs on a 60-40 basis.

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