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Growth prospects for Turkey’s medical technology market are significant, but local companies have complained about public policies that are harmful to business and about the ongoing crisis in the hospital system. Now, international medtechs are starting to react, with some downscaling local operations and portfolios. Association of Research Based Medical Technologies Manufacturers president Umut Gokalp laid out the problems being faced by industry, and what action he thinks the government should take.
Gilead partners with Glympse to optimize NASH trials, while Ironwood will work with Pear on digital therapies for GI disorders. An alliance between Leo and Ubiquigent yields an option agreement around two novel compounds.
The Basel-headquartered company has launched three high-profile drugs in the past couple of months. Analysts are waiting to see what initial impact these potential future growth drivers are having.
Following first anniversary of Lumify launch, "we're still in a pretty heavy investment period supporting trial because our data suggest that when people use the product, they persist in using the product. And so for now, we got our foot down on of the promotional side," says CFO Paul Herendeen.
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