Myovant's relugolix clears first uterine fibroids PhIII test, but competition from AbbVie/Neurocrine makes investors jittery
Vivek Ramaswamy’s bet on Takeda’s relugolix has worked — sort of.
Less than three years after the prolific dealmaker spawned Myovant as part of his umbrella of ‘Vants’ with a record $218 million IPO, the treatment in-licensed from the Japanese drugmaker passed muster in a late-stage study in women with uterine fibroids, which are common non-cancerous female reproductive tract tumors. But investors were not quite as impressed as the company’s shares $MYOV tumbled in early Tuesday trading.
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