SPOTLIGHT: Merck KGaA leads team to sell Erbitux in Japan

Merck KGaA leads team to sell Erbitux in Japan
Call it a trifecta: ImClone Systems, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Merck KGaA are joining together to develop and market ImClone's cancer drug Erbitux in Japan, with Merck getting half the proceeds. Report

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