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Monday Deal Review: January 20, 2014

  Welcome to your Monday Biotech Deal Review for Janary 20, 2014! This week saw Paladin purchase Triton Pharma,  privately-held, Canadian specialty pharmaceutical company focused on acquiring and in-licensing specialty innovative products with expected sales of $4 million in 2014. This occurs as Paladin continues to be an acquisition target for Endo Health.

In the commercial space, Sirona and Cincennatti Children’s hospital have signed an agreement to develop an anti-aging cream and associated intellectual property incorporating the proprietary technologies of each organization. The resulting new anti-aging product will be patented with the goal of licensing the new technology to a global leader in the cosmetic and consumer packaged good marketplaces.

For details and news on these deals, as well as the rest of the week’s major biotech news, hit the break.

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Monday Biotech Deal Review: October 3, 2011

Welcome to your Monday Biotech Deal Review for October 3, 2011.  Last week witnessed a flurry of financing activity, with over $50M closed.  As well, the competing take-over bids between Paladin and Valeant for Afexa heated up with both Valeant and Paladin sweetening their offers to Afexa shareholders.  Read on to learn more.  Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: June 7, 2010

This week saw a resurgence of deal activity on the Canadian landscape. Lots of good news here, including Resverlogix’s [$9.2m] haul and a $30m exit for Montreal’s Resonant Medical.  Not all was sunny though: Cynapsus downsized its unit price and Amorfix just downsized, while the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act got its own workout (har) this week. Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: May 10, 2010

Some people were on the move this week — not only did Sanofi Canada announce 70 R&D job cuts, but BioMS took on a new banker and Labopharm, CardioComm and GeneNews all get new faces. Despite the fact that it seemed half of the country’s companies and deal-makers were at BIO in Chicago this week, there was still a fair amount of positive deal activity including numerous private placements, commercial agreements and a bit of M&Eh.

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