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OncoMed Pharmaceuticals and Bayer Schering Pharma Announce Strategic Alliance to Develop Anti-Cancer Stem Cell Therapeutics
Date:6/17/2010

could total up to $387.5 million per program, including potential net sales milestones upon successful commercialization of biotherapeutic products.  In addition, OncoMed will be eligible to receive double-digit royalties on net product sales.  The agreement contains provisions under which OncoMed may co-develop antibody and protein therapeutics with Bayer.  The collaboration includes OncoMed's lead Wnt pathway antibody, OMP-18R5, which is currently planned to enter clinical testing in 2011.

In addition, Bayer will lead the discovery and advancement of small molecule therapeutic candidates that modulate Wnt pathway signaling.  OncoMed will assist Bayer in the evaluation and advancement of small molecule candidates, and is eligible to receive milestone payments of up to $112 million per candidate upon successful development and regulatory approval, including potential net sales milestones upon successful commercialization of small molecule products. In addition, OncoMed will be eligible to receive single-digit royalties on net product sales.

"At Bayer, we recognize the high unmet medical need for cancer treatments. This collaboration with OncoMed demonstrates our commitment to the development of new and innovative treatment options," said Prof. Andreas Busch, Head of Global Drug Discovery and Member of the Board of Management at Bayer Schering Pharma. "The development of anti-cancer stem cell therapeutics together with OncoMed is a highly innovative approach with the potential to perfectly complement our oncology portfolio. Anti-cancer stem cell research could turn out as one of the missing pieces in today's cancer therapy."  

"Our alliance with Bayer represents a major opportunity to discover and develop an entirely new class of anti-cancer stem cell therap
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