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ESMO Preview: Five Key Oncology Battlegrounds To Watch

GSK looks to become a cancer contender once again, while Merck and Roche go toe-to-toe in TNBC.

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Novartis Says SMA Baby Death Not Due To Zolgensma

The Swiss major has new data on its SMA gene therapy which has been found not to be the cause of the death of a six-month-old patient earlier this year.

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Ten Strategies For Success In Antibody-Drug Conjugate Development

The future looks rosy after a slow start for antibody-drug conjugates. But what are the best tactics to capture a slice of the growing opportunity?

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Digital Health Trends: Asia Catching Up But Hurdles Remain

Digital health initiatives are rapidly emerging in Asia amid robust innovation and rising R&D activities in the region, but there are still some hurdles to overcome. An executive from Pfizer talks to Scrip about some of the major trends, opportunities and challenges.

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Boundless Bio Launches With $46m And Novel Oncology Focus On Extrachromosomal DNA

Former Ignyta executive Zachary Hornby wasn't wowed by immuno-oncology pitches when looking for his next cancer drug development company, but was intrigued by ecDNA research at UCSD, which also could generate a tumor agnostic approach.

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J&J's Erleada Approved By FDA In New Prostate Cancer Indication

Erleada was approved for treatment of metastatic castration-sensitive prostate cancer (mCSPC), strengthening its position versus generic Zytiga and Pfizer/Astellas's Xtandi.

Cancer Approvals

Themis CEO: Chikungunya Vaccine Could Be Approved In Two Years

Themis Bioscience CEO says the biotech’s €40m Series D financing will fund pivotal trials for its lead vaccine candidate for chikungunya and advance its oncology franchise.

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Prescription Influencer Shifts In India: Is Pharma Geared Up?

With a broader ecosystem of prescription influencers emerging rapidly in India, pharma needs to engage with these groups extensively, a conference in Mumbai hears.

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Finance Watch: Two New IPOs – IGM In the US, Henlius In Hong Kong – Gross Nearly $600m

Public Company Edition: IGM raised $175m to advance its IgM antibodies and Henlius brought in $410m for its novel drug and biosimilar platforms. Also, Acadia follow-on brings in $250m, PTC sells $350m worth of stock and debt, and Karyopharm royalty deal totals $150m.

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Sanofi To Co-Develop Digital Therapeutic For MS Patients

Sanofi's latest digital health move will see it collaborating with Happify Health on a digital therapeutic for patients with multiple sclerosis, a therapeutic area it knows well.

 

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Emmaus Fumes After EMA Rejects Sickle Cell Drug Again

The US firm has withdrawn its submission to get EU approval for Xyndari. After being turned down by the CHMP, Emmaus may try the decentralized approval procedure instead.

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What’s At Stake As China Expands '4+7' Scheme: An Infographic Snapshot

China’s massive centralized "4+7" drug procurement scheme is now being rolled out nationwide, involving some of the largest provincial markets and huge product volumes.

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US FDA AdComm Win For Aimmune’s Palforzia Bodes Well For DBV’s Peanut Allergy Patch

Aimmune’s oral immunotherapy seems destined to come to market with a strict REMS, though analysts do not expect this will impact adoption. DBV is awaiting word on whether the FDA will review its second attempt at a BLA submission for Viaskin Peanut.

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Pipeline Watch: Phase II Starts In Hearing Loss, Type 1 Diabetes

Pipeline Watch is a weekly snapshot of selected late-stage clinical trial events 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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Gene Profiling Identifies Drugs For Childhood Cancers But Access A Problem

Lack of infrastructure for identifying mutations and access routes is holding back use of targeted medicines in children with cancer

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Brighter News For Varlitinib As Results In Tough Cancer Type Encourage ASLAN

Following a major setback in another indication earlier this year, ASLAN’s lead asset is now seen as a potential new option for second-line use in biliary tract cancer following promising new data from a Chinese trial.

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