Scynexis Prepares To Launch Brexafemme In Vaginal Yeast Infections, Priced At $475
The first-in-class, novel antifungal for vaginal yeast infections will enter a genericized market, but also one with strong demand for better therapeutic options.
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The pharma licensed global rights to Scynexis’s Brexafemme, a first-in-class triterpenoid antifungal approved for treat and prevent recurrence of vaginal yeast infections, for $90m up front.
With sluggish sales so far for antifungal Brexafemme, approved for vulvovaginal candidiasis, Scynexis will look to out-license the product and cut staff.
Oteseconazole prevented recurrent VVC in two Phase III studies but Phase III data in acute treatment of VVC episodes in women with RVVC, also due this month, are needed to file for US FDA approval in the first half of 2021.