Category: Healthcare and Pharmaceutical

Healthcare Provider Deal Toy

Lucite deal toy commemorating the sale by Advent International of its stake in CARE Hospitals, based in Hyderabad, India.

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Pill-Themed Financial Tombstone (Back View)

Back view of pill-themed financial tombstone marking the purchase of New Zealand Pharmaceuticals (NZD). The acquirer was Australian private equity firm Archer Capital.

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Pill-shaped Lucite tombstone commemorating the acquisition of New Zealand Pharmaceuticals by Sydney-based Archer Capital. NZD is a specialty chemicals manufacturer headquartered in Palmerston North.

Fitness-Themed Lucite Tombstone

Fitness-themed Lucite tombstone marking the acquisition of Cybex International, a manufacturer of commercial fitness equipment, including cardiovascular and strength products. Cybex is based in Medway, Massachusetts.

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McKesson Pill-Themed Deal Toy

Pill-themed deal toy marking related pharmaceutical and healthcare transactions involving McKesson and Celesio.

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Pill/Tablet-Themed Deal Toy

Pill/tablet themed deal toy marking the sale by Bayer Korea of the drug Mercilon.

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Commemorative For Research & Development Joint Venture

Lucite commemorative marking a research and development joint venture between Massachusetts-based CRISPR, and German drug company Bayer. The collaboration will center on CRISPR’s gene-editing technology, and focus on the treatment of conditions such as congenital heart disease, blood disorders, and blindness.

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Pharma Acqusition Deal Tombstone

Deal tombstone marking the acquisition of Paris-based HRA Pharma. Goldman Sachs and private equity group Astorg were the purchasers.

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Cancer Treatment Collaboration Commemorative

Custom commemorative marking the global collaboration between Janssen Biotech and TESARO involving the treatment of prostate cancer, with a design incorporating a spinning heart.

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Water Purification Deal Tombstone

Deal tombstone marking the acquisition of MIOX, a water purification firm based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. MIOX’s industrial-scale systems are used by municipalities and commercial businesses.

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