Thank you, next: Takeda hands Ovid $196M cash to rein back in Phase III-ready seizure drug, reviving battered stock
Soticlestat made it.
Takeda is bringing the drug back into its fold more than four years after first entrusting the team at Ovid with the mid-stage clinical work. For all that — generating what they saw as positive Phase II data in Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome — the biotech has been rewarded with $196 million in upfront cash, with another $660 million reserved for regulatory and commercial milestones.
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