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Sanofi abandons inhaled insulin pact with Mannkind

Sanofi abandons inhaled insulin pact with Mannkind

Sanofi has handed back rights to inhaled insulin drug Afrezza to Mannkind, less than a year after its launch, after the diabetes treatment saw underwhelming sales. ... The disappointing performance of the drug also promoted other inhaled insulin

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    Partners with MannKind on only diabetes treatment of its kind.  . The device Afrezza will be distributed in. Sanofi has launched what will be the only inhaled insulin available to treat people ... Afrezza is the only product of its kind available in the

  • Sanofi cuts $925m deal for MannKind's inhaled insulin Sanofi cuts $925m deal for MannKind's inhaled insulin

    French company bolsters diabetes business with Afrezza collaboration. This inhaler is designed to be used with Mannkind's inhaled insulin Afrezza. ... MannKind's search for a partner for its recently approved inhaled insulin therapy Afrezza has ended

  • Third time lucky as MannKind's inhaled insulin is approved Third time lucky as MannKind's inhaled insulin is approved

    US FDA backs new diabetes treatment Afrezza. An inhaled formulation of insulin for diabetes could be back on the market shortly after the US FDA approved MannKind's Affrezza. ... Afrezza is a short-acting inhaled insulin, a group which represents around

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  • Deal Watch January 2016 Deal Watch January 2016

    It was a big news month for Sanofi, also in the news for terminating its licensing deal with MannKind for Afrezza (inhaled insulin). ... 150. MannKind/ Receptor Life Sciences. Licence, collaboration. Multiple inhaled therapeutic products for conditions

  • Oral biologics delivery still elusive Oral biologics delivery still elusive

    The only alternative to injections of the hormone at the moment is Mannkind's inhaled insulin Afrezza - partnered with Sanofi - which has not gained much momentum yet in the marketplace with ... like peptide-1 (GLP-1), a hormone that works independently

  • Going the distance Going the distance

    The first of these came in February with the debut of Afrezza, the only inhaled insulin available in the US. ... The drug-device combination delivers a dry formulation of human insulin via a small and portable inhaler, similar to those associated with

  • Deal Watch table for August 2014 Deal Watch table for August 2014

    8, 300. MannKind/ Sanofi. Licence. Afrezza (human insulin) Rapid-Acting Inhaled Insulin (approved US).

  • Pharma deals during August 2014 Pharma deals during August 2014

    the leading pack diabetes drug companies, to ignore any lurking concerns caused by Pfizer's woeful experience with inhaled insulin (Exubera) and jump into this precarious game with MannKind. . ... The drug-device combination consists of a dry

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