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Janssen has returned the rights to an obesity/diabetes drug to originator Hanmi, after Phase II studies failed to achieve glycemic control targets and reflecting development difficulties in the sector. This is the fourth time for the Korean firm to face a U-turn of licensed out compounds.
The Japanese pharma says it will discuss the data with US FDA, with hopes of potential to incorporate secondary endpoint data in labeling.
The US obesity market is expected to increase in value from $533m in 2016 to $1.2bn in 2026, at a compound annual growth rate of 8.0%. Growth will be driven by increased use of branded pharmacological therapies to treat obesity, as well as the rising incidence of the disease.
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