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Swedish biosimilars developer Xbrane Biopharma has revealed that it is dropping development of its planned Xtrudane pembrolizumab biosimilar to Keytruda, as part of a move towards a more “focused development portfolio.” At the same time, the firm has announced job cuts as part of a new cost-savings scheme designed to help the firm “achieve a positive cash flow as soon as possible.”
In an interview with Scrip, Astellas’s India chief outlines how the Japanese company expects to build out its operations in the country, with a flurry of key launches in the wings. She also shares vignettes of her own career path, which has not been a bed of roses.
Starting off with MSD as an anchor partner, Aurobindo plans to eventually spar with the likes of WuXi and Lonza while building scale for its biologics CDMO business. Meanwhile, EMA approval for a greenfield project in China and an US FDA nod for Ryzneuta, licensed from Yifan’s Evive Biotech, signal a boost
Plus deals involving Fujimoto/Egetis, Chugai/Cheplapharm, Celest/Senti, Shionogi/Apnimed, Jiangsu Hengrui/Merck KGaA, Jiangsu Hengrui/Elevar, Sun/Zydus, C4U/Healiva, Shanghai Henlius/Intas, Ono/Turbine, EpimAB/Almirall and Alar/Indivior.
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