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Halozyme faces late-stage pancreatic cancer drug failure, cuts 55% of jobs

Halozyme faces late-stage pancreatic cancer drug failure, cuts 55% of jobs

Halozyme Therapeutics has stopped its pivotal phase 3 study investigating its lead pancreatic cancer drug – and has announced a major restructuring of its workforce that has resulted in a 55% reduction ... In  2015, AbbVie paid Halozyme nearly $1.2bn

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  • Halozyme to resume pancreatic cancer study Halozyme to resume pancreatic cancer study

    FDA says PEGPH20 trial can continue. There was relief for Halozyme Therapeutics after it was told it can resume a clinical study investigating a potential treatment for pancreatic cancer. ... With the trial now back underway, Halozyme said it intends to

  • Halozyme halts pancreatic cancer trial Halozyme halts pancreatic cancer trial

    The biopharma company is investigating PEGPH20’s links to blood clot. Halozyme Therapeutics has paused a phase II trial of its investigational pancreatic cancer drug in order to assess the ... As for the fate of PEGPH20, Halozyme's CEO Dr Helen Torley

  • Baxter re-files HyQvia for immunodeficiency in US Baxter re-files HyQvia for immunodeficiency in US

    HyQvia - which uses delivery technology developed by Halozyme Therapeutics - is a combination of human normal immunoglobulin (IG) and recombinant human hyaluronidase which can be delivered by subcutaneous injection every three to ... Meanwhile, for

  • Roche wins EU approval for injectable Herceptin Roche wins EU approval for injectable Herceptin

    Roche developed subcutaneous Herceptin using recombinant human hyaluronidase technology developed by US-based biopharma company Halozyme Therapeutics.

  • Drug delivery

    Halozyme receives $9m upfront and up to $54m in development and regulatory milestones. ... Commercialisation. 134. Halozyme Therapeutics/Intrexon Corp. rHuPH20 enzyme drug delivery. technology for COPD and genetic emphysema.

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  • Pharma deals in June 2015 Pharma deals in June 2015

    Acquisition - company. 1, 470. Halozyme Therapeutics/ AbbVie. ENHANZE platform technology to improve sc delivery (up to 9 targets). ... NewCo formation, collaboration. 760. Unum Therapeutics/ Seattle Genetics. Antibody-coupled T-cell receptor technology

  • Deal Watch table for December 2014 Deal Watch table for December 2014

    Expansion of collaboration/ amended agreement. 675. Halozyme Therapeutics / J&J. ENHANZE rHuPH20 delivery technology for up to 5 targets. ... Licence - amended agreement. †300. Spark Therapeutics / Pfizer. Multiple haemophilia B gene therapy products

  • Pharma deals during December 2014 Pharma deals during December 2014

    Switching to drug delivery technologies, J&J/Janssen entered into a global licence with Halozyme Therapeutics to access Halozyme's ENHANZE technology, which is designed to enable subcutaneous administration of injectable ... Subcutaneous formulations of

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