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Almirall Aims To Disrupt Actinic Keratosis Space With Klisyri

Helped by its convenient five-day dosing, the shortest of any topical treatment for the precancerous skin disease, the Spanish company believes Klisyri, already launched in the US, will become a popular alternative to current options for actinic keratosis.

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Asia Deal Watch: Fujifilm Affiliate Out-Licenses Antifungal Candidate To Canada’s Appili

Novel antifungal T-2307, discovered by FUJIFILM Toyama, works by selectively disrupting mitochondrial function. Excelra and Maruho team up to repurpose existing drugs.

Asia Pacific Deals

Asia Deal Watch: Antibody-Drug Conjugates Reign With Alliances Involving Celltrion, Miracogen & WuXi Biologics

Celltrion and iProgen will co-develop ADC candidates, Miracogen and Synaffix sign a technology license after a successful research collaboration, and WuXi will provide clinical trial material to NBE Therapeutics.

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Good Prospects For Athenex/Almirall Following PhIII Actinic Keratosis Results

Two Phase III studies of KX2-391 to treat actinic keratosis of the face and scalp met their primary endpoint of 100% clearance. The treatment could prove more convenient than marketed therapies.

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