Radioligands Advance Radiotherapy Premise With Greater Precision
With the successful launch of Novartis’ Pluvicto and Lutathera, more firms are developing radioligands in the hopes of mitigating side effects and addressing unmet needs in cancer.
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Biopharma stock prices overall are trending down again, but standout firms are raising cash, including the first company to price an IPO over $100m since May, Third Harmonic. Also, Sarepta and Alnylam launched large note offerings, totaling $1bn and $900m, respectively.
A direct marketing authorization application to the UK medicines regulator offered a quicker route to approval for Novartis’ prostate cancer treatment Pluvicto than following the international Access Consortium process, because of the novel nature of the therapy, according to the company.
Emerging Company Profile: The private German biotech Ariceum has just launched with a €25m financing to advance its lead radioligand candidate, satoreotide, into Phase I development and hopes its antagonist approach could give Novartis’s Lutathera a run for its money.