Amgen’s KRAS Inhibitor Shows Durability; Pivotal Data Possible This Year
Ongoing Phase II Study Could Support Accelerated Approval
Newly published data and results presented at ESMO for Amgen’s sotorasib (AMG 510) show relatively long-lasting responses and progression-free survival in lung cancer.
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Merck & Co. is paying $50m up front to combine preclinical KRAS-target cancer compound pipelines with Astex and Taiho, both affiliates of Japan’s Otsuka. The two biotechs could realize up to $2.5bn in earnouts under the collaboration.