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Yakult Reduces Oncology Portfolio As It Looks Towards Microbiome

Multiple Products Transferred

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The Japanese firm has decided to shrink its oncology portfolio by transferring its rights to oxaliplatin in Japan, along with a portfolio of generics, to Takata. Though Yakult will maintain an interest in the area through irinotecan and several other anticancers, its has said future R&D investment will shift more towards the microbiome.

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