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PwC anticipates a streamlining of the FDA approval process could address asset scarcity. AbbVie begins 2017 with three modest-sized deals, while PharmAthene and Altimmune join forces in a reverse-merger.
Hong Kong-listed Fosun Pharmaceutical plans to use new funds raised from super short-term commercial papers to back its subsidiary Jiangsu Wangban Pharmaceutical, and to add liquidity to its non-binding proposal to acquire Indian firm Gland. The group also says it has clear plans to reduce debts to obtain a higher investment rating.
As the third quarter earnings season starts to trail off, investors could be forgiven for wondering what it takes anymore for the share prices of companies to go up, rather than down. Over the past two weeks, the delineation between big pharmaceutical companies and big biotechnology companies couldn't have been clearer with big biotechs like Amgen, Gilead, Celgene and Biogen reporting better than expected quarterly profits and raising guidance, whereas big pharmas like Pfizer, Lilly, GlaxoSmithKline and Bristol Myers Squibb all drifted in the shadow of their respective patent expiries (scripintelligence.com, 25 October 2012).
Hopes that a neuroprotective agent can be developed to reduce the damage caused by ischaemic stroke have received a boost, with data from a Phase II trial in the The Lancet Neurology showing promise for a protein acting on a post-synaptic brain protein. Together with some promising early data for two other potential neuroprotective agents, experts say the data seem to support renewed efforts in developing such drugs despite their chequered developmental history.
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