Bayer Hopeful Of Sweet Success With KaNDy Buy
Gets Hold Of Late-Stage Non-Hormonal Menopause Drug
Bayer is paying $425m upfront to acquire KaNDy Therapeutics, whose CEO tells Scrip that the German group was always the preferred partner due to its long-standing commitment to women’s health.
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The Japanese group has used a priority review voucher for fezolinetant to move further ahead of Bayer’s elinzanetant as it seeks regulatory approval to bring a non-hormonal therapy for menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats to market.
Astellas’s Long-Term Safety Data Could Boost Fezolinetant’s Approval Chances
With a pair of successful Phase III pivotal studies in hand, the Japanese pharma reports that its nonhormonal hot flash/night sweats candidate demonstrated safety and tolerability over 52 weeks.
Bayer Pharma R&D Head Tackles Challenge Of Prioritizing Promising Assets
Nearly a year into the job, research chief Christian Rommel tells Scrip he is impressed with Bayer's arm's length approach to running acquired firms like AskBio and BlueRock and the task ahead is to deliver on the potential they offer, while getting later-stage projects across the approvals finishing line.