Sanofi to Acquire Bioverativ to Treat Hemophilia

 Sanofi to Acquire Bioverativ to Treat Hemophilia

Sanofi Reports Results of Cablivi (caplacizumab) in P-III HERCULES Study in Patients with Rare Blood Clotting Disorder, Published in NEJM

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  • Sanofi acquires Bioverativ, in all stock transaction with its Eloctate & Alprolix products. Bioverativ to receive $105/share in cash for a premium of 64 % with total deal value as $11.6B
  • The focus of the agreement is to combine Bioverativ’s expertise with its platform for the advancement of fitusiran to treat Hemophilia A and B and further strengthening Sanofi’s footprints in rare diseases
  • Fitusiran is a once-monthly RNA interference (RNAi) therapeutic, targeted for hemophilia A and B with and without inhibitors

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