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Fortress Biotech has established nine subsidiary companies since 2013, each financed differently and each focused on an area of unmet need. Fortress CEO and longtime life sciences investor Lindsay Rosenwald lays out his ambitious plans for the future.
The Sanford Burnham Prebys institute is driving innovation in areas like neurodegenerative disease and immuno-oncology. Plus the latest tech transfer deals: two in cancer, one in asthma/allergies and another in lipid nanoparticle technology.
With 70 clinical trials now underway on a “next generation” of more precisely targeted antibody drug conjugates, In Vivo profiles Ambrx and Sutro Biopharma, two smaller biotechs with promising technologies and powerful partners that augment their strong science with disease awareness, deep commercial networks and global geographic reach.
Transparency is an issue that continues to pose reputational challenges for biopharma. A key flashpoint is the disclosure – under open access rules – of clinical trial data in a climate of mounting therapeutic competition. Still, some industry players are pushing the boundaries around open access. Project Data Sphere, a non-profit group backed by the CEO Roundtable on Cancer, is taking advantage of new IT platforms and the rich target potential in discovery science to press for a larger industry consensus around new ways to release high-value data embedded in years of trials, all for the benefit of cancer patients.
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