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Bristol-Myers Squibb’s newly acquired company Celgene is one of two drug sponsors that this month made it onto the European Medicines Agency’s priority medicines scheme. The other is Achillion Pharmaceuticals, which is developing a treatment for paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria.
Only two of seven applications for entry into the European Medicines Agency’s priority medicines scheme for getting treatments for unmet medical need to patients faster were successful last month.
Some of the most anticipated data at ASH are for therapies targeting BCMA in multiple myeloma, including a next-gen CAR-T from bluebird and Celgene as well as Amgen's novel BiTE, but an update from China's Legend Biotech and J&J could steal the show.
China's JW Therapeutics nets $90m for cancer cell therapy, including backing from biotechs Celgene and WuXi. Meanwhile, Foghorn sounds out a $50m A round for its gene trafficking technology applications.
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