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GlaxoSmithKline’s checkpoint inhibitor Jemperli has gained a second indication in the US, for the treatment of mismatch repair-deficient solid tumors, affirming the company’s drive to develop a new portfolio of cancer therapies.
Private California venture will bring additional expertise and novel platforms to acquisitive biotech giant as it looks to expand its interests in bispecific and multispecific antibody technologies.
Pieris and Genentech try partnering again after a disappointing IO tie-up before. Biogen’s hectic May includes partnerships with Ginkgo, Envisagenics, Capsigen and an opt-in on TMS’s stroke candidate.
PD-1 Inhibitor Market Poised For A New Round Of Expansion: After GSK’s Jemperli Approval, US FDA Still Has Three Novel Candidates Under Review
Agenus’ recent submission of balstilimab joins novel checkpoint inhibitors from Incyte expecting FDA action this year; Junshi and Coherus’ ongoing rolling BLA for toripalimab is the first from the multiple PD-1/L1 inhibitor candidates developed in China that are vying to enter the US market.
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