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The main Japanese pharma players report a generally strong fiscal Q1, helped by mainstays including Daiichi Sankyo's Enhertu, Astellas's Xtandi and Padcev and Chugai's Actemra, and in some cases by the weaker yen.
Kyorin Pharma is to end operations at its US subsidiary ActivX 18 years since its acquisition. Although the California firm’s kinase-probing technology has contributed to Kyorin’s R&D, the Japanese firm acknowledged limits to future applicability in the development of candidate compounds.
A roundup of key regulatory and policy developments in the Asia-Pacific in the first half of the year reveals broad developments across the region's diverse markets, although there seemed to be a common thread - a renewed focus on infectious diseases amid the lingering impact of the pandemic and the emergence of new threats.
In this week's podcast version of Five Must-Know Things: BMS’s new products meet early expectations; Eisai to shut a US unit in global R&D restructuring; Roche aims high for Vabysmo; US priority review for Biogen’s ALS contender; and a chat with Gennova’s CEO.
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