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More than two million people suffer from opioid dependence in the United States. BioDelivery's FDA approval for Bunavail may open up tremendous revenue streams for the Raleigh-based drug company.
Raleigh-based BioDelivery Sciences recently raised $60 million to help commercialize its proposed chronic pain reliever drug and hopes to win FDA approval for it in June. On Thursday, BDSI said it had chosen Durham-based Quintiles, the world's largest life science services firm, to help take the drug to market. The deal includes formation of a sales force.
Capitalizing on news that its chronic pain drug BEMA buprenorphine showed positive top-line phase III clinical trial results, BioDelivery Sciences International is raising $60 million to finance commercialization efforts.
Chronic pain drug BEMA buprenorphine showed positive top-line phase III clinical trial results, and securing trial data for further analysis has triggered a $10 million milestone to BioDelivery Sciences International.
BioDelivery Sciences International's opioid dependence treatment Bunavail faces an FDA decision date of June 7 and the Raleigh company is getting ready to go to market if it secures regulatory approval.
BioDelivery Sciences invested a mix of stock and cash that could total nearly $40 million if a proposed gel to treat diabetic neuropathy pain wins FDA approval, and the company says it will proceed with further tests after a "positive" meeting with regulators.
The Raleigh-based drug delivery technology firm projects sales of up to $250 million if the opioid dependence treatment wins FDA approval next year.
BioDelivery Sciences International's current pipeline reflects a shift in direction and a effort to stretch beyond the drug-delivery technology that was the initial focus for the company. Learn more about BDSI's strategy.
BioDelivery Sciences strikes a deal to license a potential treatment for diabetic neuropathy with privately held Arcion Therapeutics. The mix of stock and cash could total nearly $40 million if the drug wins approval.
Institutional investors have agreed to buy nearly 6.8 million of BDSI common shares and 2.7 million of newley designated Series A convertible preferred stock for an aggregate price of $4.21 each.
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