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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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As Lilly Seals Licensing Deals For Olumiant, What Next For Challenger Natco?

Lilly signs licensing pacts with Cipla, Sun and Lupin for baricitinib in COVID-19, with possibly more in store. But will challenger Natco, which has apparently already rolled out its cut-price version of the JAK inhibitor, change tack amid the Indian government's mixed position on compulsory licensing issues in an ongoing court case?

India Intellectual Property

India’s COVID-19 Nightmare And How Pharma Is Holding Up

A COVID-19 second wave is wreaking havoc in India but pharma appears to be holding things together for now, stretching resources amid a dip in personnel attendance and supply chain strains. Limited vaccine supplies, a spurt in API prices and an inevitable third wave could mean further turbulence ahead.

Asia Pacific India

India’s COVID-19 Nightmare And How Pharma Is Holding Up

A COVID-19 second wave is wreaking havoc in India but pharma appears to be holding things together for now, stretching resources amid a dip in personnel attendance and supply chain strains. Limited vaccine supplies, a spurt in API prices and an inevitable third wave could mean further turbulence ahead.

India Commercial

As Natco Ups The Ante Lilly Readies Voluntary Licensing For Olumiant

Eli Lilly responds with baricitinib donation plan and efforts to sew up royalty free voluntary licenses with local Indian firms as challenger Natco seeks a compulsory license for its version of the JAK inhibitor, which it is ready to launch.

Commercial Coronavirus COVID-19

Bad Miss For Biocon’s Bevacizumab In US But Firm In 'Good Place'

Biocon is still awaiting a site inspection as pandemic-related delays keep its Viatris-partnered bevacizumab out of the US market, though the Indian company believes it can still make good and garner market share. All eyes are also on traction for its insulin glargine via increased share of formulary contracts.

Sales & Earnings Biosimilars

Bad Miss For Biocon’s Bevacizumab In US But Firm In 'Good Place'

Biocon awaits site inspection after pandemic-amplified delays keep its Viatris-partnered bevacizumab out of the US market, though the Indian company believes they can still make good and garner market share. All eyes are also on traction for their insulin glargine via increased share of formulary contracts.

Commercial Biosimilars
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