European regulators accept FibroGen’s anemia drug for review; Passage Bio’s lead gene therapy gets more love from the FDA – Endpoints News

Posted: May 27, 2020 at 8:48 pm

Gilead CEO Dan ODay has brokered his way to a PD-1 and lined up a front row seat in the TIGIT arena, inking a deal worth close to $2 billion to align the big biotech closely with Terry Rosens Arcus. And $375 million of that comes upfront, with cash for the buy-in plus equity, along with $400 million for R&D and $1.22 billion in reserve to cover opt-in payments and milestones..

Hotly rumored for weeks, the 2 players have formalized a 10-year alliance that starts with rights to the PD-1, zimberelimab. ODay also has first dibs on TIGIT and 2 other leading programs, agreeing to an opt-in fee ranging from $200 million to $275 million on each. Theres $500 million in potential TIGIT milestones on US regulatory events likely capped by an approval if Gilead partners on it and the stars align on the data. And theres another $150 million opt-in payments for the rest of the Arcus pipeline.

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