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Pfizer wants in on CAR-T technology, the latest much-celebrated trend in cancer R&D, striking a deal with France's Cellectis to get its hands on some tailored immunotherapies with the promise of billions in future payments.
Pfizer and Novartis have been racing to get their meningitis B vaccines to market for years. But as of Tuesday, the contest has never been closer, with both companies submitting approval applications to the FDA. Now, it's up to the agency to decide which shot gets the green light first--and first crack at the wide-open patient pool that comes with it.
Stellar Phase II data has helped Pfizer's breakthrough-designated meningitis B candidate surge ahead on its regulatory pathway to catch up with Novartis' Bexsero. And now, with the two companies submitting applications for approval on the same day, whether Pfizer's jab reaches the market first will be up to the FDA to decide.
Both Pfizer and Novartis have picked up the FDA's much-coveted breakthrough-therapy designation for their meningitis B vaccines, and now the rivals have chosen the same day to submit their injections for approval, leaving it up to regulators which will hit the market first.
With Pfizer's unwanted buyout bid in the past--at least for now--AstraZeneca needs to cheer up some of its shareholders. After all, some top investors in the U.K.-based drugmaker wanted to cash in on the proposed takeover. So, once again, CEO Pascal Soriot is making his case for AstraZeneca's bright future.
When Sanofi bought Genzyme, the deal was clinched on a contingent value right (CVR) based on the potential multiple sclerosis treatment Lemtrada. Could Pfizer do the same thing to win over AstraZeneca?
With AstraZeneca's CFO telling investors that Pfizer's colossal takeover bid failed purely because it was too cheap, creative dealmakers are looking at new ways to get the two parties shaking hands.
X-Chem has notched up some notable achievements in its first few years, including investment by CRO PPD, deals with AstraZeneca and Roche and the growth of its compound library to 100 billion small molecules. Now it has added another to the list by striking a drug discovery deal with Pfizer.
Want to know why the potential Pfizer-AstraZeneca marriage failed? Price, says Pfizer CFO Frank D'Amelio. Stating the obvious, obviously. But in balking at Pfizer's offer, AstraZeneca--and allies in the U.K.--raised plenty of other issues. Emotional issues, for some.