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January 7, 2014
09:03 EDTAGNAllergan, Medytox complete licensing agreement
Allergan and Medytox announced that they have closed the license agreement which was previously announced on September 25, 2013. Under the terms of the agreement, Allergan will pay Medytox an upfront cash payment of $65M within seven business days of closing and Medytox has granted Allergan exclusive rights, worldwide outside of Korea, to develop and, if approved, commercialize certain neurotoxin product candidates currently in development, including a potential liquid-injectable product. Pursuant to the agreement, Allergan has also agreed to make additional contingent payments, including up to an aggregate of $116.5M upon achieving certain development milestones, up to an aggregate of $180.5M upon achieving certain commercialization milestones, and royalties on product sales.
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August 28, 2015
09:50 EDTAGNAllergan plans for generic version of Endo's Fortesta blocked, Bloomberg reports
A judge upheld Endo's (ENDP) patents on Fortesta expiring in 2018 and blocked Allergan's (AGN) bid to launch a generic version of the testosterone gel, according to Bloomberg.
August 25, 2015
08:14 EDTAGNAllergan multiple is low, says Leerink
Leerink predicts that Allergan's 2016 EPS will come in at $17-$18. The firm thinks the company has "durable revenue streams," and a "deep pipeline with several potential blockbuster candidates." Leerink adds that the company "has significant capacity for M&A." It keeps a $388 price target and Outperform rating on the shares.
August 24, 2015
08:37 EDTAGNAllergan recalls certain lots of REFRESH, FML, Blephamide treatments
Allergan announced that it is conducting a voluntary recall down to consumer level of specific lots of its REFRESH Lacri-Lube 3.5g and 7g for dry eye, REFRESH P.M. 3.5g for dry eye, FML 0.1%, and Blephamide 10%/0.2% sterile topical ophthalmic ointment combining an antibacterial and a corticosteroid, 3.5g. Allergan chose to initiate this recall based on a small number of customer complaints which reported a small black particle at the time of use. Allergan has informed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration of this voluntary recall. Allergan is contacting retailers and wholesalers who have been shipped affected product lots to initiate the recall and is informing them of the steps needed to return affected product.
August 20, 2015
08:16 EDTAGNAllergan's Botox resubmission for lower limb spasticiy accepted by FDA
Allergan 's resubmission of its Supplemental Biologics License Application for Botox for the treatment of adults with lower limb spasticity in adults has been accepted by the FDA. A six-month review period has been assigned for the sBLA. The Prescription Drug User Fee Act date is expected to be in 1Q16. The resubmission provides additional data from a double-blind, placebo controlled study involving 468 patients with lower limb spasticity. The FDA also approved an increase to the maximum Botox cumulative dose within three months from 360 to 400 units in adults treated for one or more indications.

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