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Rafael Pharmaceutical’s first-in-class clinical lead compound, CPI-613, targets enzymes that are involved in cancer cell energy metabolism and are located in the mitochondria of cancer cells. CPI-613 is being evaluated in multiple Phase I, I/II, and II clinical studies as a single agent, as well as in combination with standard drug therapies, in patients diagnosed with advanced solid tumors or blood cancers. The . Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given Cornerstone approval to initiate pivotal clinical trials in pancreatic cancer and acute myeloid leukemia (AML), and has designated CPI-613 an orphan drug for the treatment of pancreatic cancer, AML, and myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS).

On 20 June 2014, Shire rejected a takeover attempt by AbbVie . AbbVie offered £ per share (£ billion or $ billion in total). [27] On 8 July the offer was increased to $ billion. [28] On 18 July, it was announced that AbbVie would acquire Shire for $ billion. [29] On 15 October, news broke suggesting AbbVie was reconsidering their proposed takeover deal due to changes in US "Tax Inversion" law [30] and on 16 October AbbVie's board recommended that shareholders vote against the deal. [31] This news sent Shire's share price down over 27%, however AbbVie will be subject to a $ billion break up fee, payable to Shire. [32] On 21 October the merger was called off. [33]

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