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‘Open Science’ In Action: Allergan Exercises Option For Motus After Gastroparesis Study

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Allergan will pay $200m to exercise its option to buy Motus Therapeutics (formerly Rhythm Health) after what the pharma described as a successful Phase IIb study for relamorelin in diabetic gastroparesis.

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