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Ambit and Astellas Announce Results From Multiple Quizartinib Presentations at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Hematology Society
Date:12/13/2011

According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 13,000 adults were newly diagnosed with AML in 2009 in the United States with approximately 9,000 expected to die of the disease in that year.  AML is generally a disease of older people and is uncommon before the age of 40.  The average age of a patient with AML is 67 and median survival for these patients is less than six months.  The five-year survival rate for all AML patients is less than 15 percent. According to a report from Decision Resources, the U.S. AML market is expected to more than double by 2015.

About the Ambit Biosciences/Astellas Pharma Inc. Collaboration

In December 2009, Ambit Biosciences and Astellas Pharma Inc. entered into a global strategic partnership agreement to jointly research, develop and commercialize FLT3 kinase inhibitors in multiple indications, including the lead investigational compound, quizartinib.  The companies are presently evaluating quizartinib in a Phase 2 clinical trial in relapsed and refractory AML patients that have the internal tandem duplication (ITD) mutation in the FLT3 gene.  The companies are also collaborating on a comprehensive development program to explore the utility of quizartinib in other AML patient subpopulations.  Additionally, the companies are collaborating on a research and development program for additional FLT3 inhibitors for a variety of oncology and non-oncology indications.  The companies share equal responsibility and expenses for the development of products in the U.S. and Europe, while Astellas has sole responsibility in the rest of the world.  Astellas will be responsible for implementation of commercialization activities worldwide.  Ambit received a $40 million up-front payment upon entering into the collaboration agreement, and is eligible to receive up to $350 million in development milestone payments, undi
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