Livtencity

FDA clears Takeda drug for post-transplant CMV infections

Takeda has scored the first-ever FDA approval of a treatment for refractory cytomegalovirus (CMV) infections in organ transplant patients, which can lead to an increased risk of complications and even death. Livtencity (maribavir) has been cleared for use in transplant patients aged 12 or over with CMV infections that do not respond to first-line treatment …

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FDA hands out approvals to Takeda transplant drug, Aadi Bio cancer therapy

Takeda Pharmaceutical won FDA approval for Livtencity, an antiviral developed to treat cytomegalovirus infection in transplant patients. The agency also approved an Aadi Biosciences drug, making it the first therapy authorized for treating a rare type of soft-tissue cancer.