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Ablynx spurns Novo Nordisk and cuts €3.9bn deal with Sanofi

Ablynx spurns Novo Nordisk and cuts €3.9bn deal with Sanofi

Sanofi is already active in this category after licensing rights to AstraZeneca’s phase II candidate MEDI8897 last year, with both projects aimed at providing treatment for already-established RSV infections.

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  • Regeneron drops RSV drug Regeneron drops RSV drug

    The failure of suptavumab to hit the mark in the NURSERY study removes a potential rival for AstraZeneca's RSV candidate MEDI8897 - recently partnered with Sanofi - which is currently in phase

  • Sanofi buys into AZ drug for preventing RSV infections Sanofi buys into AZ drug for preventing RSV infections

    The deal also includes up to 495m in development and sales milestone payments and focuses on MEDI8897, a follow-up to AZ's already-marketed Synagis (palivizumab) which is the first ... MEDI8897 is a fully-human antibody that has an extended half-life in

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  • Deal Watch March 2017 Deal Watch March 2017

    Headline. $m. AstraZeneca/ MedImmune. Sanofi Pasteur. Joint Development. MEDI8897; monoclonal antibody to respiratory syncytial virus in phase IIb.

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