BMS Hopes Turning Point Buyout Will Fare Better Than Roche’s Ignyta Acquisition
Bristol Myers Squibb thinks Turning Point’s ROS1/TRK inhibitor shows a best-in-class profile and potential to compete more successfully against Pfizer’s Xalkori than Roche’s Rozlytrek has.
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Bristol aims to bring more drugs into the clinic as fast as possible without compromising on quality, with many novel molecules emerging from its productive protein degradation and cell therapy platforms.
Many of the same factors that held down large M&A transactions in 2021 carried over to 2022, which saw eight buyouts valued at $2bn+, headlined by Amgen’s $27.8bn purchase of Horizon.
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