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Asia Deal Watch: BeiGene And Celgene Exit Their Anti-PD-1 Collaboration

The Chinese firm regains all rights to tislelizumab ahead of the closing of Celgene’s merger with Bristol-Myers Squibb. BeiGene also forms cancer JV with US biotech SpringWorks.

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TCT 2015: More TAVR Results, Super-Thin Strut Stents, And Percutaneous Heart Pumps

Clinical trials of transcatheter aortic valve technologies once again dominated news coming out of the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics conference, held this year in San Francisco, October 10–15. But the meeting also featured new coronary stent technologies and new information on percutaneous heart pumps to support patients during difficult interventions.

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Recent Financings Of Private Companies, September 2013

Derived from Strategic Transactions, Elsevier Business Intelligence’s premium source for tracking life sciences deal activity, the Recent Financings Of Private Companies column provides a comprehensive monthly review of emerging life science companies that have received venture funding, including companies within the In Vitro Diagnostics, Medical Devices, and Pharmaceuticals sectors.

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Reinvigorating The Coronary Stent Market: Can Bioresorbable Scaffolds Do The Job?

Bioresorbable coronary scaffolds could transform the coronary stenting market once they become widely available. But although there are more than a dozen companies developing these promising devices, there are still a number of unanswered questions – chief among them, how effectively they will compete against existing and upcoming next-generation durable stents, and how much of a price premium bioresorbable devices will be able to command.

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