Celgene invests in VentiRx cancer immunotherapies

10/3/2012 | Xconomy

Celgene will pay VentiRx $35 million in a collaboration to develop a drug that stimulates the immune system to fight cancer. The deal gives Celgene an option to acquire VentiRx and gives other investors a predictable return if the drug is successful. "Celgene and VentiRx are forging ahead with the kind of long-term, expensive clinical trials that will be needed to prove the value of the product to physicians, regulators, and insurers," Luke Timmerman writes.

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