Pain Licensing: Upfront Gains Fall As Deals Get More Experimental
229 alliance deals were signed in the pain management sector between 2012 and November 2016, worth more than $1bn in upfront payments and around $11bn in total potential value. But an increase in deals for riskier, earlier stage assets has pushed down upfront payment values for the sector, knocking it out of sync with other therapy areas.
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