Chiasma licenses acromegaly drug candidate Octreolin to Roche

02/19/2013 | PharmaTimes (U.K.) · Fox Business

Chiasma granted Roche Holding exclusive worldwide rights to develop and market its experimental growth hormone disorder drug Octreolin, an oral form of the somatostatin analogue ocreotide, first as a treatment for acromegaly and later for neuroendocrine tumors. Roche unit Genentech will sell the product in the U.S. if it is approved by the FDA. Chiasma will get $65 million upfront and as much as $530 million in milestones payments plus sales royalties.

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