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10 orphan drugs imported from overseas, and 40 new drug approvals, including many from domestic developers, capped 2023 as one of the busiest years for China's drug regulatory agency, as Beijing pivoted to emphasizing affordable innovation and expanding access to newer therapies for rare conditions.
The Danish group’s pursuit of Timber, and its late-stage congenital ichthyosis therapy, has finally reached a successful conclusion and CEO Christophe Bourdon tells Scrip that the search is on for more innovative assets.
With the success of the partnership between J&J and partner Legend, more Chinese cell therapy developers are now looking to enter the US market. But for a complex product like a CAR-T therapy, the journey to the West is not short of challenges. Nasdaq-listed Gracell Bio wants to give it a shot based on quicker delivery and cost-effectiveness advantages.
Private Company Edition: Iambic, formerly known as Entos, closed a $100m series B venture capital round to advance its AI-discovered therapeutics. Also, Evozyne raised $81m and Acesion brought in €45m in series B rounds, while Mogrify added $10m to bring its series A to $46m.
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