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The latest batch of product approvals in Japan positions Astellas’s roxadustat as the pioneer in the country’s potentially large HIF-PH inhibitor market in anemia, while Takeda and Meiji Seika see other important approvals and the first biosimilar teriparatide receives a nod.
Liposomal chemotherapy drug Onivyde achieved a 44% response rate in second-line small cell lung cancer patients, providing preliminary validation of its ability to improve outcomes in the hard-to-treat disease.
Private Company Edition: ARM's Q2 report shows a 38% decline in financings, but venture capital and upfront fees from deals were robust. Also, Servier raises $405m in the US, Frequency closes a $62m series C and VenatoRx accesses US government cash.
Deal Watch: Celgene Reworks Alliance With Jounce, Gaining Global Rights To Macrophage-Targeting Candidate
Revised agreement of 2016 collaboration returns all vopratelimab rights to Jounce. Gilead fortifies antiviral pipeline in deals with Novartis, Durect.
- Therapeutic Areas
- Metabolic Disorders
- Musculoskeletal & Connective Tissue Disorders
- Neurology, Nervous System
- Western Europe
- Company Type
- Midsize European
- Parent & Subsidiaries
- Servier SA
- Senior Management
Olivier Laureau, CEO
Emmanuel Canet, Sr. EVP, R&D
- Contact Info
Phone: (33) 55 72 60 00
35 rue de Verdun
Suresnes Cedex, 92284
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