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Takeda drops prostate cancer drug in phase III

Takeda drops prostate cancer drug in phase III

The Japanese company also dropped diabetes candidate fasiglifam earlier this year, but it has a good crop of other products at, or nearing, commercialisation.

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  • Omontys terminal as Takeda switches off support Omontys terminal as Takeda switches off support

    Meanwhile, Takeda has had a bad run of luck with its late-stage pipeline of late, dropping diabetes candidate fasiglifam earlier this year.

  • Takeda pipeline hit by fasiglifam failure Takeda pipeline hit by fasiglifam failure

    Diabetes candidate had been set for a 2015 launch. Takeda has suffered a major pipeline setback after deciding to terminate development of fasiglifam, a candidate therapy for diabetes that had been ... The pharma company took the decision after phase III

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