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New Zealand to widen access for type 1 and type 3 Gaucher disease drug

07-08-2013

New Zealand's Pharmaceutical Management Agency PHARMAC has announced the approval of a proposal to widen…

Asia-PacificBiotechnologyCerezymeGenzymePharmaceuticalRare diseasesRegulationSanofi

Alnylam gets upfront $22.5 million in RNAi link with Genzyme

23-10-2012

French drug major Sanofi's (Euronext: SAN) US biotech subsidiary Genzyme has entered into an exclusive…

Alnylam PharmaceuticalsAsia-PacificBiotechnologyGenzymeLicensingPharmaceuticalRare diseasesSanofi

EMA increases interaction with Japanese regulators

30-07-2012

The European Medicines Agency has increased its level of interaction and cooperation with medicines regulatory…

Asia-PacificBiotechnologyEuropePharmaceuticalRare diseasesRegulation

Actelion drops setipiprant, gets miglustat approval in Japan

04-04-2012

Switzerland-based Actelion Ltd (SIX: ATLN) announced says that it will re-direct its development efforts…

ActelionAsia-PacificBiotechnologyBrazavesInflammatory diseasesMiglustatRare diseasesRegulationResearchsetipiprantZavesca

Pharming in deal with Hyupjin for Ruconest in South Korea

27-03-2012

Dutch biotech firm Pharming Group (NYSE Euronext: PHARM) has entered into an agreement with Seoul-based…

Asia-PacificBiotechnologyHyupjin CorpLicensingPharmingRare diseasesRhucinRuconest

Astellas in-licenses antibody from Evec; Mitsubishi Tanabe deal with Synageva

06-09-2011

Japanese biotech firm Evec has entered a license agreement for one of its fully-human antibodies against…

Asia-PacificAstellas PharmaBiotechnologyEvecImmunologicalsLicensingMitsubishi TanabePharmaceuticalRare diseasesResearchSynageva BioPharma

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