GSK Boosts Its Infectious Disease Portfolio With Brexafemme License
The pharma licensed global rights to Scynexis’s Brexafemme, a first-in-class triterpenoid antifungal approved for treat and prevent recurrence of vaginal yeast infections, for $90m up front.
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Quick Listen: Scrip's Five Must-Know Things
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: GSK deal strengthens its infectious disease pipeline; an analysis of the first drugs subject to US Medicare price negotiations; Roche partnering head talks about strategy; promising early Alzheimer’s results for Biogen’s tau drug; and what India needs to become a world-class innovation hub.