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Dainippon Sumitomo suffers major Phase III setback for one of its key oncology prospects, and although the former Boston Biomedical asset will carry on in other planned indications, the Japanese firm may have to look for ways to fill the gap.
Partners Poxel and Sumitomo Dainippon confirm Japan filing plans for novel glimin antidiabetic following positive top-line Phase III results, and cast an eye towards market positioning.
Having previously disclosed in an SEC filing that it acquired a commercial product, Mylan announces it bought TOBI Podhaler for $463m. Biohaven completes second licensing deal with AstraZeneca, while struggling United Therapeutics and MannKind team up.
Some ground-breaking chemistry has been used to produce a single isomer of pioglitazone, which has been acquired by France's Poxel to evaluate in NASH, adding to its portfolio of potential metabolic disease therapies.
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