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Bristol, Tennessee-based Graceway Pharmaceuticals announced an agreement with Pfizer to acquire worldwide commercial rights for three investigational dermatological molecules. Two of the molecules will potentially treat oily skin and acne; both are in phase 2 of development. The third molecule, an ALK-5 inhibitor, is in pre-clinical development and would reduce surgical and traumatic scar formation. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Euro RSCG acquired Medicom Group, a UK-based medical communications agency. Medicom employs roughly 20, according to the company's LinkedIn profile.
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