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FDA awards another non-opioid pain drug breakthrough status

FDA awards another non-opioid pain drug breakthrough status

Other non-opioid treatments in the late-stage pipeline are Pfizer and Lilly’s tanezumab and Regeneron and Teva’s fasinumab..

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  • Deal Watch September 2016 Deal Watch September 2016

    4, 325. Regeneron / Teva. Licence. Fasinumab in P3 for osteoarthritis pain, upfront payment $250m [excludes rights to Japan, Korea and other Asian markets].

  • Deal Watch October 2015 Deal Watch October 2015

    Collaboration, option to license. 339. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals/ Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma. Fasinumab (REGN475), nerve growth factor mAb for musculoskeletal pain (p2b).

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