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Genentech pays $30m up front in a collaboration with Bicycle in a deal that could bring the UK biotech roughly $1.7bn in total. Also, deals involving Nimble, Seattle Genetics, Five Prime, Fresenius, Vifor, Yuhan, Imnewrun, Paratek, Almirall, MBD, AzothBio, Norgine, Faes, Aspen Pharmacare, Swixx.
89Bio thinks its Phase II FGF21 analog could prove best-in-class in NASH due to a longer half-life than Bristol’s pegbelfermin, and avoid the LDL-increasing effects seen with NGM’s FGF19 analog.
After a year full of disappointing and unexpected events, the South Korean pharma sector is hoping for a turnaround in 2020, with expected biosimilar launches in global markets, progress in drug pipelines, large IPOs and implementation of a new law on cutting-edge biologics.
From being generics-focused to becoming innovators and leaders in biosimilars, Scrip takes a look at how the Korean pharma sector and environment have evolved over the past 10 years.
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- Jung Hee Lee, Pres. & CEO
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