Syros Goes For Reboot With New Investors And Leukemia Licensing
Bain Capital Leads $90.5m Investment
Syros has failed to progress in its leukemia niche since its launch a few years ago, but a new drug candidate and funding could revive its fortunes.
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Gene-expression focused Syros adds about $190m to its coffers with Tyme merger and PIPE financing. This will get it past pivotal data for tamibarotene and enable Phase III development of a leukemia candidate.
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Pfizer Will Struggle To Catch Novo Nordisk With Oral Obesity Treatments
Novo Nordisk reasserted its dominance in the GLP-1 agonist field this week, while Pfizer must hope that one of its two shots on goal is a success.