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ASH 2020: J&J/Legend’s Cilta-Cel Shines, But BMS/Bluebird’s Ide-Cel Is In First Place

Cilta-cel maintained high response rates in longer-term multiple myeloma data, but ide-cel causes less cytokine release syndrome and severe neurotoxicity – and it has a March decision date at the US FDA.

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LOXO-305 Comes Out Swinging In Battle Of BTK Inhibitors

Pathway open for drug as post-covalent BTK option as Loxo gears up for "risky" Phase III head-to-head study in Q1 2021.

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BioCryst’s Oral Option To Take On Injectables In HAE Prophylaxis Market

Orladeyo is the first oral prophylactic approved in the US for hereditary angioedema, with Japan and EU approvals expected to follow. Pricing of $485,000 a year undercuts segment leader.

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Product candidates in development worldwide to address the 2019-nCoV pandemic, categorized by treatment and prevention. Subscription required.

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The Race To Develop A COVID-19 Vaccine: The Finish Line Approaches

Updated: a graphic tracker of key developments from the leading vaccine candidates.

Infographic: Cancer Deal-Making In 2020

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has seen a hectic pace of cancer deal-making, including the two largest biopharma M&A deals of the year and 23 with upfront value of at least $100m.

The Top 10 Best-Selling Drugs of 2019

INFOGRAPHIC: In 2019, 10 blockbuster medicines booked combined sales of $92.5bn. This infographic examines those drugs that commanded the greatest revenues globally, and answers some key questions. Which therapeutic areas include the most lucrative blockbusters? Which companies enjoyed their spoils? And which drugs were new to the top 10 last year? It also takes a look at the position of these products on the all-important US market. 

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The Race To Develop A COVID-19 Vaccine: mRNA Pioneers Lead The Way

Our updated graphic tracker of key developments from the leading vaccine candidates.

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Finance Watch: Silverback, Kinnate, Sigilon Launch December’s First IPOs

Public Company Edition: Lixte’s small uplisting was the only biopharma initial public offering in the US during Thanksgiving week, but IPOs are ramping up again. Also, LifeSci launched its second SPAC and in follow-on offerings Reata brought in $281m and Intellia grossed $175m.

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Artios Pharma Nears Clinic With DNA Repair Response Anticancers

The UK’s Artios has linked up with Merck KGaA in a potentially multi-billion dollar deal to collaborate on discovering and developing up to eight oncology drug targets associated with DNA damage response processes, and is also progressing its own lead compounds through its pipeline.

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Coronavirus Update: Moderna’s Vaccine Shows Signs Of Lasting Protection

The US is to ship only half of doses for Pfizer, Moderna COVID-19 vaccines in the first instance, while Rhizen Pharmaceuticals starts a Phase I trial of a DHODH inhibitor.

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Journey East: How Chinese Returnees Build Global-Bound Biopharmas

As Chinese returnees transform their startups to fully-fledged biopharma operations with a full product lineup and the global market in sight, the journey has been filled with challenges. Based on interviews and on-the-ground reporting, this new series takes a closer look at several companies' experiences.

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Ipsen CEO Outlines Strategy For Long-Term Success

While analysts are struggling to look further than generic competition facing the French firm's best-seller Somatuline, new chief David Loew tells Scrip that intelligent lifecycle management and focused external deals will drive Ipsen's growth.

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UK Grants First Worldwide Authorization For Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

The UK's MHRA has granted an emergency authorization to the mRNA-based vaccine just nine days after receiving the final Phase III results from Pfizer.

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Moderna Files COVID-19 Vaccine After Second Impressive Read-Out

Second read-out maintains 94% level of efficacy, with a very early signal that it could outperform Pfizer’s rival mRNA candidate in preventing severe cases.

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Sanofi's Dupixent Cleared For Children With Atopic Dermatitis In EU

The French major and Regeneron have racked up another indication for Dupixent with the blockbuster getting approval in Europe to treat children with severe eczema.

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Jazz And PharmaMar’s Zepzelca Hits Buffers In ATLANTIS Study

Jazz and PharmaMar need to see what further data will be needed to convert their FDA authorization into a full approval following disappointing results in the ATLANTIS Phase III trial.

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China Preps For First COVID Vaccine Roll-Outs

Regulatory pressure to fully approve the first COVID-19 vaccine in China is mounting as top officials tour an inspection agency and two leading manufacturers. 

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Digital Scrip Awards Celebrate Biopharma After An Exceptional Year

The big winners of the night were AstraZeneca and Roche as pharma, biotech and allied industries came together online on 2 December to celebrate during a ceremony hosted by Ed Balls.

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