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ThromboGenics Signs Potential $494M Ex-U.S. Ocriplasmin Deal

By Nuala Moran
Staff Writer

Wednesday, March 21, 2012
LONDON – ThromboGenics NV is getting €75 million (US$98.4 million) up front as part of a €375 million-plus-royalties deal signed last week with leading eye care specialist Alcon Inc. for the ex-U.S. rights to ocriplasmin, providing the cash ThromboGenics needs to go it alone in commercializing the vitreous macular adhesion (VMA) treatment in the U.S.

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