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Chi-Med’s surufatinib has come up trumps in a second trial in neuroendocrine tumors, after the monitoring committee recommended an early halt following achievement of its PFS target in the pancreatic setting.
Corporate consolidation and specialization were major threads running through the 2010s in Japan. Reimbursement pricing issues continued to dominate the policy sphere while new forms of therapy benefited from positive regulatory reforms.
BeiGene licenses antibody therapeutics for Castleman’s disease and high-risk neuroblastoma.
BeiGene’s license agreement with Leap Therapeutics covers Asia, except for Japan, along with Australia and New Zealand. Apollomics obtains rights in China and beyond to GlycoMimetics’ e-selectin antagonists.
Looking back on the top stories about Japan in Scrip and the Pink Sheet over 2019, it is hard to avoid the continued dominance of corporate transactions - in particular those involving Takeda.
Deal with Pfizer makes for Theravance’s third large pharma partnership since 2016. AbbVie off-loads Marinol to India’s Alkem, Bausch licenses candidate for rare form of dry eye disease from Novaliq.