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Pfizer has outbid Sanofi to buy the US cancer drug company Medivation, thereby acquiring the prostate cancer treatment Xtandi.
Monsanto rejects Bayer multi-billion dollar bid
Monsanto has rejected an offer worth $62 billion (55.6 billion euros) from Bayer trying to create the world's biggest agricultural supplier.
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Sanofi earnings to be 'stable' despite declining sales
French drugmaker Sanofi has pledged its 2016 earnings will be stable despite declining sales of diabetes and cancer treatments.
US: Former drug exec goes silent at medicine prices hearing
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