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Anju Ghangurde

Anju Ghangurde is Scrip's Deputy Asia Editor and has about two decades of experience in journalism including stints at India's mainstream financial dailies -The Economic Times, The Hindu Business Line and The Financial Express.  She covers a broad range of issues including competition and collaboration between generics and innovator firms, drug pricing and the evolving regulatory and legal framework in the region. She is also a recipient of the British Chevening Scholarship for Young Indian Journalists (2000-01) awarded by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
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Pharma’s ‘No-Show’ At Regulatory Meetings In India: Who Loses?

Regulators in India routinely face flak over lengthy approval timelines, but drug firms failing to show up at pre-scheduled regulatory meetings does little to improve the situation. The reason for the no-shows is open to speculation. Absenteeism appears to be significant in areas such as oncology and hematology.

Regulation Review Pathway

Competition Piles Up: 100 Teneligliptin Brands Now In India

A hundred teneligliptin brands (including the combination) are said to now jostle for space in the competitive Indian DPP-4 (dipeptidyl peptidase-4) inhibitor market. An uptick in volumes and a significant decline in the prices of teneligliptin probably mean that Merck’s Januvia and Novartis’ Galvus will need to keep a sharp eye on the molecule in the diabetes segment in India.

India Commercial

Lupin Primes For Specialty Future With Symbiomix Acquisition

Lupin has snapped up Symbiomix Therapeutics in the US as it evolves its business from a predominantly straight-generics play to a model with an increasing mix of complex generics, specialty medicines and biosimilars. The latest deal gives Lupin access to a therapy in the women’s health segment recently approved by the US FDA.

M & A Strategy

Deal Watch: AbbVie Bets On Turnstone’s Cancer Immunotherapy Technology

AbbVie takes options on three oncolytic virus immunotherapies under development at Turnstone. Amgen and CytomX swap IP in cancer immunotherapy collaboration, while Nicox and pSivida will team to fight glaucoma and other eye diseases.

Deals Business Strategies

Baclofen Setback Forces Sun R&D Arm Towards Difficult Choices

Sun Pharma Advanced Research Company’s baclofen GRS has failed to meet its primary endpoint in a US Phase III study, posing several tough questions for the firm. It may have to advance partnering plans for some assets and also review its cash flow situation closely.

Research & Development Clinical Trials

Otezla Versions On Horizon In India But Celgene Cool?

Several Indian firms appear to be gearing for the launch of generic versions of apremilast, with innovator Celgene seemingly undisturbed with the goings on, at least for now.

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