Henlius Partners With Getz To Commercialize Adalimumab Biosimilar
Companies Plan To Cover 11 Emerging Markets In Asia, Africa And Europe
Henlius and Getz Pharma have partnered to commercialize Henlius’ adalimumab biosimilar in 11 emerging markets in Asia, Africa and Europe.
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Organon has agreed to pay an upfront price of $73m plus potentially a further $30m in milestone payments this year alone for the rights to Shanghai Henlius Biotech’s HLX14 denosumab and HLX11 pertuzumab biosimilar candidates outside China. The deal also offers Organon an option to negotiate with Henlius for rights to its ipilimumab biosimilar.
Shanghai Henlius Biotech has announced a licensing deal for three biosimilars – bevacizumab, rituximab and trastuzumab – with Brazil’s Eurofarma. The agreement, which could be worth as much as $50.5m, gives the Chinese company enhanced access to Latin America as it continues to broaden its global footprint.