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Ian Haydock

Tokyo, Japan
Ian is head of pharma news content for the Asia-Pacific area and has been covering the region for more than 20 years as an editor for Scrip and more recently as managing editor of PharmAsia News. He has a long background in Asia, having grown up in Hong Kong, and a particular interest in regional regulatory harmonization and trade initiatives and the development of the Japanese pharma sector. Ian lives in Tokyo with his wife and two sons.
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Japanese company starts pivotal trial with novel molecule as it looks to build oncology presence.

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The Japanese environment for cell and gene therapies and regenerative medicine in general continues to be highly supportive. But will pricing pressures under the NHI scheme move to the fore as more expensive products come to market?

Japan Gene Therapy

Asia Deal Watch: Fujifilm Affiliate Out-Licenses Antifungal Candidate To Canada’s Appili

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Asia Pacific Deals

Asahi Paying $1.3bn For One-Product Veloxis

Diversified Japanese giant to launch tender for Danish transplant drug specialist as it looks to build US operations for health care business. Lundbeck and Novo Nordisk among investors that will see an exit.

M & A Business Strategies

Ebb TIDES As Takeda’s Dengue Contender Weaker At 18 Months

Takeda's TAK-003 generally positive in new 18-month analysis, but efficacy falls versus 12 months and lowest effectiveness again seen against serotype 3.
Clinical Trials Vaccines

Multiple Alliances Expand Brii’s Commitment To Anti-Infectives

China-focused venture goes against tide by acquiring anti-infective assets via multiple deals that will build out its pipeline in an area deprioritized by big pharma.

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