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The Danish group is beefing up its operations across the Atlantic as it prepares filings for dasiglucagon and glepaglutide.
Although far from a one-product company, data in Q4 will be key to whether the brittle bone drug could become a blockbuster for the UK NASDAQ-listed biotech.
Glenmark appears close to sewing up a deal for its biosimilar version of Novartis/Genentech's Xolair amid the firm's ongoing focus on partnering out some key assets. It also expects to kick off plans to raise capital in the US for its innovation business in Q4 of fiscal 2019-20.
While deal-making in the Asian pharma space shows no signs of slowing down, the past few months have been marked by a series of high-profile cases involving the return of rights by licensees or setbacks in clinical trials. Scrip's regional team looks at some of the factors at work.
Patient numbers and prescriptions in the US for Sun’s psoriasis therapy Ilumya are steadily on the rise, and the Indian firm said that the arrival of AbbVie’s rival Skyrizi hasn’t adversely impacted its formulary position.
An Indian court has lifted restraining orders against Micro Labs, Dr Reddy’s and Natco and held that they have made a “strong credible challenge” to the validity of AstraZeneca’s patents for Brilinta in the country. The UK firm has appealed the order.
The US FDA has issued a complete response letter for KPI-121 but Kala hopes to resubmit the drug during the first half of next year backed by data from the ongoing STRIDE 3 study.
A significant shake-up of distributors in the Indian market impacted Cipla’s first-quarter earnings but the firm expects to bounce back. Biosimilars in emerging markets and opportunities in China are among the growth drivers it is banking on.
Leading Indian pharma firms are rationalizing operations and work forces to rein in costs and improve efficiency and profitability in a tough overall operating environment. Sun Pharma, which has declared an 'unwavering focus' on cost control, recently ended operations at two Indian clinical pharmacology units.
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