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Acer's bank reserves have dwindled down to next to nothing following the failure of its menopause drug, osanetant, in a Phase II trial some six months ago. Enter Zevra, which is getting hold of the company and its just-launched urea cycle disorder drug, Olpruva, in what looks like a bargain.
Bristol and Regeneron sign separate cell therapy technology pacts, plus deals involving Takeda/ImmunoGen, Serina/AgeX, Cybin/Small Pharma, Taiho/Phost’in, Royalty/Ferring and Aardvark/GRI Bio.
The Japanese group has used a priority review voucher for fezolinetant to move further ahead of Bayer’s elinzanetant as it seeks regulatory approval to bring a non-hormonal therapy for menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats to market.
Acer repurposes drugs with available data (like a 40-year-old European antihypertensive) into rare disease treatments (like Edsivo for vascular Ehlers-Danlos syndrome), but approval remains elusive, with a CRL for ACER-001 just as Edsivo is poised to enter a new clinical trial, armed with a new breakthrough designation. The Pink Sheet delves into regulatory history and strategy with CEO Chris Schelling.
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