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Category: Agios

  • PharmaShots Weekly Snapshots (August 16 – 20, 2021)

    Janssen Presents Results of Rybrevant (amivantamab-vmjw) in P-I CHRYSALIS Study for Advanced NSCLC with METex14 Mutations at WCLC Published: Aug 20, 2021 | Tags: Astellas, FibroGen, Evrenzo, Roxadustat, EC, Approval, Symptomatic Anemia, Chronic Kidney Disease Astellas and FibroGen’s Evrenzo (roxadustat) Receive EC’s Approval for Symptomatic Anemia Associated with Chronic Kidney Disease Published: Aug 20, 2021 […]

  • Servier gets a win for cancer drug Tibsovo, bought in $1.8bn Agios deal

    Just three months after completing its $1.8 billion takeover of Agios’ oncology pipeline, Servier has reported positive results for lead drug Tibsovo that could expand the use of the drug in acute myeloid leukaemia. Tibsovo (ivosidenib) was already on the market when Servier made its play for Agios’ assets, having secured US approvals as a […]

  • PharmaShots Weekly Snapshots (Dec 21-23, 2020)

    Roche’s Phesgo (Perjeta + Herceptin) Receives EC’s Approval for the Treatment of HER2-Positive Breast Cancer Published: Dec 23, 2020 | Tags: (Perjeta + Herceptin), EC’s Approval, HER2-positive Breast Cancer, Phesgo, receives, Roche, Treatment AMO Pharma Initiates P-II REACH-CDM study of AMO-02 (tideglusib) to treat Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy Published: Dec 22, 2020 | Tags: AMO Pharma, […]

  • Servier beefs up in cancer, buying Agios’ oncology business for $1.8bn

    French pharmaceutical company Servier has swooped on Agios Pharma’s marketed and experimental cancer drugs, buying the entire franchise in a deal that leaves the US biopharma focused on genetic disorders. It’s a major change of direction for Boston-based Agios, which has been concentrating on the oncology market since its inception in 2008, bringing the Bristol […]

  • Servier to Acquire Agios’ Oncology Business for ~$2B

    Shots: Agios to receive ~$1.8B upfront in cash & ~$200M as regulatory milestones for Vorasidenib along with 5% royalties on sales of Tibsovo in the US from transaction close through the loss of exclusivity and 15% royalties on sales of vorasidenib in the US from first commercial sale through the loss of exclusivity The acquisition […]