San Diego-based Neurocrine Biosciences is partnering with Japan’s Takeda Pharmaceutical to develop and commercialize molecules in Takeda’s early-to-mid-stage psychiatry pipeline.
Paris-based Sanofi announced plans to increase the company’s vaccines research and production capabilities.
Neurotrope and Metuchen Pharmaceuticals announced the companies have merged in an all-stock deal to form Petros Pharmaceuticals, which is focused on men’s health conditions.
As pharma companies bolster their pipelines via multibillion-dollar acquisitions, drug manufacturers continue to heavily invest in the oncology space.
Myovant announced that the company’s Phase III HERO trial relugolix met the study’s primary endpoint and six key secondary endpoints in advanced prostate cancer.
The Federal Trade Commission staff reviewing Roche’s plan to buy U.S.-based gene therapy specialist Spark Therapeutics for $4.3 billion recommended that the deal be approved without requiring any asset sales, the Capitol Forum reported.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Eli Lilly and Co.’s Reyvow, representing the first new class of acute migraine treatment approved by the regulatory agency in more than two decades.
As GlaxoSmithKline continues to evolve the company’s business structure under Chief Executive Officer Emma Walmsley, another leadership change occurred as Jack Bailey – head of the U.S. pharmaceuticals business – is stepping down at the end of 2019.
Alameda, Calif.-based Exelixis inked a collaboration, option and license deal with India’s Aurigene Discovery Technologies Ltd., which focuses on oncology and inflammatory diseases.
Merck & Co. Inc. agreed to buy privately held Tilos Therapeutics for up to $773 million, bolstering the drugmaker‘s pipeline to treat cancer and autoimmune diseases.