6th July 2022 | Pharma Updates
TeneoTwo, a US biotech company acquired by AstraZeneca
AstraZeneca announced an agreement to acquire TeneoTwo, which includes TNB-486, a CD19/CD3 T-cell engager in phase I clinical testing for relapsed and refractory B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Top Indian pharma companies look beyond American Generics butthere Are risks
Commodity price increases put additional pressure on Indian drugmakers’ margins, even as they lost pricing power due to competition in the United States, one of their main markets.
Novo sues Sun Pharma twice to halt the distribution of Saxenda and Victoza
In two lawsuits, Novo Nordisk AS claims that Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. ‘s proposed generic copies of the popular diabetes medication Victoza and the injectable weight-loss treatment Saxenda, respectively, violate 19 and four patents.
TCG Lifesciences opens new Research and Development facility in Pune
A global contract research organization (CRO) and contract development and manufacturing organisation (CDMO), TCG Lifesciences (TCGLS), occupying 100,000 square feet of space for a new discovery services centre.
MoHFW urged by SII to incorporate Cy-Tb injection into national TB elimination programme
In order to help India become TB-free by 2025, Serum Institute has asked the Union health minister to include its CyTb injectable for Latent-TB detection in the NTEP.
Astellas and Mogrify collaborate to develop regenerative treatments for hearing loss
In an effort to combat sensorineural hearing loss, Japan’s Astellas Pharma and the U.K. ‘s Mogrify are doing research together. Damage to the inner ear or the nerve connecting the ear to the brain is the main cause of sensorineural hearing loss.
Breakthrough in intramuscular sedation of acute agitation announced by Sollievo Pharma
Avizafone, the active ingredient in Proviza, has been specially created by Sollievo Pharmaceuticals, a development-stage pharmaceutical firm with a focus on altering current medications, to treat acute agitation in the Emergency Department of hospitals.