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Data For Two HER2-Positive Breast Cancer Drugs Impress, Including On Overall Survival

AstraZeneca/Daiichi Sankyo and Seattle Genetics presented exciting data at SABCS on drugs that extended survival in patients who had exhausted most treatment options.

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Novo Nordisk Targets Smart Insulin, Stem Cell-Therapies

Novo Nordisk’s CEO talks to Scrip about the promise of glucose-responsive insulin, stem cell therapy, and a diabetes landscape without Sanofi.

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Finance Watch: Omega, Perceptive/Xontogeny Raise $648m For Life Science Investments

Private Company Edition: Omega raised $438m for its sixth life science fund, while Perceptive and the accelerator Xontogeny partnered on a new $210m venture capital fund. In VC deals, Zentalis and Black Diamond raised $85m each.

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Asia Deal Watch: RAPT And Hanmi Partner On CCR4 Antagonist Offering Potential In Multiple Cancer Types

RAPT can earn up to $108m in milestones plus sales royalties under the deal. BerGenBio, Piramal partner on developing AML therapy.

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Hanmi Says Sanofi Made 'Optimal' Efpeglenatide Decision, Still Eyes 2021 Approval

Hanmi Pharm is remaining upbeat after Sanofi’s decision to find another commercialization partner for efpeglenatide, saying it was the best strategy for the long-acting GLP-1 agonist given the strategic change in the big pharma’s diabetes strategy.

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Finland's Forendo Attracts Big Pharma For Liver Disease R&D

Turku, Finland-based Forendo Pharma has entered into a license and collaboration deal with Novartis involving the identification of novel drugs to treat chronic liver diseases.


 

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Sanofi CEO Hudson Delivers An Ambitious Turnaround Agenda

CEO Paul Hudson came to Sanofi's capital markets day with big news and key messages for investors about the company's future business model. 
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Vildagliptin Prices Fall By Over 70% In India Post Patent Expiry

Vildagliptin formulation prices fall by over 70% following the expiry of a patent held by Novartis in India. The innovator, meanwhile, is cashing in on co-marketing agreements with Indian partners like USV and Cipla

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Sanofi, Long-Time Leader In Diabetes, Is Exiting Diabetes Research

The company's decision to exit diabetes research is not necessarily surprising given the development and commercial challenges in the therapeutic area, but it's not insignificant either.

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Roche’s Tecentriq Gets Another Indication In India But Pricing Hurts

Tecentriq cleared for extensive-stage small cell lung cancer in India but pricing remains a key constraining factor. Patient assistance schemes help but such novel therapies still unaffordable to a vast majority.

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Gene And Cell Therapies In Asia: Pricing, Manufacturing Stand-Out Issues in Supportive Japan Ecosystem

The Japanese environment for cell and gene therapies and regenerative medicine in general continues to be highly supportive. But will pricing pressures under the NHI scheme move to the fore as more expensive products come to market?

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Zydus Cadila Strides Ahead With NASH Filing In India

Cadila has filed for approval of saroglitazar for NASH in India. The drug, which could emerge as the first medicine for the indication if approved, is already being used by a million Indian patients for diabetic dyslipidemia and hypertriglyceridemia.

 

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Seven Talking Points At ASH 2019

The tireless pace of change in hemato-oncology was showcased in Orlando.

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Daiichi’s EZH Contender Moves Ahead In Leukemia/Lymphoma

Japanese company starts pivotal trial with novel molecule as it looks to build oncology presence.

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Kite Readies A Second CAR-T For Filing As CD19 Competition Grows

The Gilead subsidiary presented updated data at ASH for its first CD19-targeting CAR-T Yescarta and pivotal results for KTE-X19, which it plans to submit for US FDA approval in mantle cell lymphoma this year. 

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