Firms ally to develop deuterium-based drugs for cancer, inflammation

Concert Pharmaceuticals granted Celgene the right to use its deuterated chemical entity technology to develop new deuterium-modified small compounds for cancer and inflammation. Concert will get an upfront payment and more than $300 million in possible milestone fees for each program selected for development, plus sales royalties.

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