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Public Company Edition: Also, Teva sells $2.1bn in notes to pay prior debts. In restructurings, Baudax splits off from Recro, while three firms shift their focus to specific cell therapy programs.
The company and partner Vifor said the selective complement 5a receptor inhibitor met both primary and multiple secondary endpoints; US and EU filings are planned for 2020.
Private Company Edition: GHO Capital will invest €975m in pharmaceutical and other opportunities in Europe, but Wellington’s $393m fund is focused on drug discovery and development. Also, Avidity raises $100m and Werewolf launches with $56m.
Bristol bought Celgene following multiple pipeline setbacks, but the biotech giant made positive progress recently that the big pharma will be expected to continue.
The deal, which includes up to $1bn for milestones, gives Roche Promedior’s PRM-151, a Phase III-ready asset for IPF that has also completed a Phase II study in myelofibrosis and could be effective in a broad range of fibrotic diseases.