Bayer looks to Xarelto to take it past the ¥200bn mark in Japan
This article was originally published in Scrip
Bayer Yakuhin, Bayer's pharmaceutical subsidiary in Japan, is confident that its sales will surpass the ¥200 billion ($2.43 billion) level next year, driven by new launches and despite this month's industry-wide reimbursement price cut.
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Highlighting progress it has made over the past few years, Japan’s regulatory agency says it wants to raise even further the number of “Japan-first” approvals, as part of its stated mission to get safe and effective new drugs to patients more quickly.
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