CStone Signs a License Agreement with LegoChem for LCB71 to Treat Multiple Cancer Indications

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  • LCB to receive $10 M as upfront, and up to $353.5M as cumulative milestone payments along with royalties on sales of LCB71. CStone get an exclusive global right to lead the development and commercialization of LCB71 outside the Republic of Korea
  • The collaboration adds the first ADC to CStone’s development pipeline, bolstering its precision medicine franchise with a new modality
  • LCB71 is a pre-clinical ADC targeting ROR1, having the potential to treat multiple cancer indications and has demonstrated efficacy and reduced toxicity in preclinical studies

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CStone Signs an Out-Licensing Agreement with EQRx for Sugemalimab and CS1003

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  • CStone to receive $150M up front and $1.15B as milestones for both drugs along with royalties on each drug. EQRx get an exclusive right to lead global development and commercialization excluding Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau
  • CStone retains rights to CS1003 in Greater China, where it will pursue development as a monothx. or as part of its combination strategy for the therapy
  • Sugemalimab is an investigational anti-PD-L1 mAb and showed antitumor activity in multiple tumor types and was well-tolerated in P-I dose-escalation study in China. CS1003 is a humanized recombinant IgG4 mAb targeting PD-1, being developed for immunotherapy of various tumors

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