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Ono Says Honjo’s 22.6 billion Yen Claim Groundless, No Agreement Reached on 40% Opdivo Fee Proposal

October 27, 2020
Ono Pharmaceutical has rebutted Nobel laureate Tasuku Honjo’s claim that the company failed to pay 22.6 billion yen over patent royalties pertaining to the anti-PD-1 antibody Opdivo (nivolumab), contending that there was no agreement reached on such share in the…

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