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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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Moderna’s New European Team Readies For COVID-19 Vaccine D-Day

After a stunning first efficacy readout for its mRNA-based vaccine, the biotech company's leaders in Europe talk about their rapid commercial and manufacturing scale-up.

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Roche’s COVID-19 Collaboration Strategy Sees Promise In Combinations

Roche has partnered with Regeneron and Atea, but the company continues to leverage its long legacy in infectious diseases to identify good treatment options for the novel coronavirus.

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AZ Will Sideline ‘Lucky Mistake’ To Secure COVID-19 Vaccine Approval

A lower first dose boosted the vaccine’s efficacy result – but AstraZeneca has conceded this has to be proven in a separate trial.

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Novartis Confident About Further Growth For 'Big Two'

As well as highlighting Novartis's burgeoning pipeline, the Swiss major's CEO is confident that its biggest earners will continue to growth for the next five years at least.

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Novartis Faces Another Challenge To Entresto In India

More patent-related turbulence appears ahead for Novartis’s sacubitril/valsartan combination in India, with Torrent emerging as the new challenger. The companies are engaged in a legal battle and the Indian firm is also seeking a revocation of the patent on the star heart failure treatment.

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BioNTech Looks To AI Partnership To Accelerate Drug Discovery

The German biotech has developed its COVID-19 vaccine in record-breaking time, but artificial intelligence could help accelerate drug discovery over the longer term.

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Waters Muddied As Bharat Readies COVID-19 Vaccine For '21 Launch

As Bharat Biotech prepares its COVID-19 vaccine for a launch in the quarter ending next 30 September and claims at least 60% efficacy, questions arise over why trials were not temporarily halted following a serious adverse event during Phase I and why this wasn’t disclosed to participants in subsequent studies.

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China Poised To Conditionally Approve First COVID Vaccine

The China National Biotec Group has filed the first application in China for the broad use of a COVID-19 vaccine, days after the national regulatory agency released review guidelines for the conditional approval of such products.

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Lilly Gets Second EUA, For Baricitinib In COVID-19 Patients

Weeks after FDA authorized emergency use of its antibody bamlanivimab, Lilly’s RA drug Olumiant can be used to shorten recovery time for hospitalized COVID-19 patients in the US. Authorizations are being pursued elsewhere as well.

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Pipeline Watch: Phase III Starts In RSV Prophlyaxis, Dry Eye Disease

Pipeline Watch is a weekly snapshot of selected late-stage clinical trial events and approvals announced by pharmaceutical and biotech companies at medical and industry conferences, in financial and company presentations, and in company releases and statements.

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Coronavirus Update: SK Bioscience, Biological E, DongWha And Celltrion Report Progress

SK set for Korean trial with vaccine, as Biological E begins human trials of Baylor vaccine. Meanwhile, DongWha gets a Phase II nod for potential drug, and Celltrion progesses with Phase II regdanvimab trial.

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Urovant’s Vibegron Flops In IBS Study

Another disappointment for irritable bowel syndrome therapies as Urovant Science’s vibegron fails in a Phase II trial, likely spelling the end for the investigational indication.

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