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AstraZeneca paid $95m to Swedish Orphan Biovitrum for the voucher, which it could use to expedite the FDA review of roxadustat or trastuzumab deruxtecan.
Japanese firms unveil pivotal top-line results that pave way for first filing of novel anemia therapy within new class of agents, but competition is high and timings remain unclear.
China saw a 150% increase in new drug approval applications in 2018, with oncology taking the lion's share of investigational new drug filings, notes a newly released annual report from China’s Center for Drug Evaluation. Meanwhile Darzalex has become the latest foreign drug to be approved.
AstraZeneca has presented more data on Farxiga at the American Diabetes Association meeting which should help the SGLT2 inhibitor in its battles with Jardiance and Invokana.
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