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Bavarian Nordic Rises As It Meets Demand For Monkeypox Vaccine

The Danish company has the world’s only licensed monkeypox vaccine and is now fielding enquiries from concerned governments from around the world.

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Agios CEO Fouse On Building A Sustainable Business Model

In the midst of another restructuring, the company is transitioning from a drug discovery company to a more externally focused R&D model; CEO Jackie Fouse talked to Scrip about the changes at Agios.

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FDA Leader: We Need To Remove Surprises From Gene Therapy Development

Embattled gene therapy companies will take comfort from desire of FDA and EMA help smooth the process of bringing the novel treatments to market.

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How Ex-Janssen India Chief Is Steering Bharat Serums’ Ambitions In Women’s Health

Sanjiv Navangul, managing director and CEO, Bharat Serums and Vaccines, in a wide-ranging interview with Scrip, outlines the firm’s game plan to establish itself as a “force to reckon with” in women’s health  -  it goes beyond  drugs and encompasses devices and potentially digital therapeutics as well. The former Janssen India chief also weighs in on the worrying industry-wide input cost escalation scenario and supply chain turbulence.


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Who Were Big Pharma's Top Deal-Makers In 2021?

INFOGRAPHIC: Roche/Genentech was the busiest deal-maker in big pharma for second consecutive year in 2021, followed by Sanofi, Takeda, Lilly, Novartis and Pfizer.

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Bugs As Drugs: The Budding Microbiome Modulator Pipeline

INFOGRAPHIC: The sheer number of micro-organisms in the human body and their functions makes the microbiome a ripe target for therapeutic intervention. While still rather early, data show the microbiome modulator pipeline has immense potential across a range of therapeutic areas, not just in gastrointestinal disease.

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Scorching COVID-19 Era Returns From India Biotech, Healthcare Funds Outpace The Globe

Early COVID-19 therapies including Gilead’s remdesivir, China-plus procurement policies, vaccine partnerships and a dovish stance by the central bank led to returns on India biotech and healthcare funds outperforming global returns. Meanwhile, funding for e-pharmacies and online consulting firms gathered pace.

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Orphazyme’s Sorry Story Ends In Fire Sale

While Orphazyme's attempts to get approval for arimoclomol failed miserably, new owner KemPharm is confident it can get the oral heat shock protein amplifier across the regulatory finishing line for Neimann-Pick disease type C.

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Russia-Ukraine War Likely To Claim Sputnik V Partners As Casualty

In light of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Scrip looks at data to gauge if manufacturing partners for COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V or Light, in India, China and Korea could be left holding unsold inventory earmarked for exports

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Finance Watch: More Job Cuts As Companies Prioritize Cash Conservation

Public Company Edition: Applied Molecular Transport, Scholar Rock, Agios and others join many of their peers in revising their strategies and downsizing their teams. Also, Zentalis grossed $200m from a follow-on offering and OKYO Pharma went public in the year’s smallest biopharma IPO in the US. 

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Can Roche’s Phesgo Mirror UK Adoption Trend in India?

Roche debuts ‘responsibly priced’ Phesgo in India. Will the dramatic reduction in treatment time for women with HER2 positive breast cancer and other benefits, including insurance coverage, trigger sharp shifts towards the subcutaneous fixed-dose combination of Perjeta and Herceptin?

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Asia Deal Watch: Taiho Brings Cullinan Pearl Back In House

Taiho will pay Cullinan Oncology up to $405m for their joint venture and lead candidate for a form of lung cancer. Plus deals involving Zhaoke/Visus, AnGes/Eiger, Juniper/Helsinn, Peak Bio and more.

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AstraZeneca Buys Into COVID-19 Antibodies From Newly Launched RQ Bio

The big pharma company and its new partner both expect demand to continue for pre-exposure prophylaxis antibody therapies, for COVID-19 and beyond.

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UCB Rocked By US FDA Rejection Of Blockbuster-In-Waiting Bimzelx

The Belgian group’s US launch of Bimzelx could be delayed by up to a year after the FDA hit UCB with a complete response letter which states that "certain pre-approval inspection observations must be resolved” before the drug can get the green light for psoriasis.

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Lecanemab Filing Complicates Biogen's Hunt For New CEO

Lecanemab is now filed for accelerated approval with the US FDA, but the wait for a Phase III readout could impact the hunt for Biogen’s next CEO.

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Eisai’s Lecanemab BLA Filing A Key Step For Ailing Biogen

Aduhelm commercialization was a bust, so Biogen’s next big hope for a potential blockbuster Alzheimer’s therapy is partner Eisai’s amyloid protofibril-targeting antibody lecanemab. 

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Homegrown China Oral Antiviral Shows Early Promise

Junshi’s oral antiviral shows signs of effectiveness in treating patients with mild COVID-19 symptoms but more data are needed, caution researchers.

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Ocuphire Chalks Up Another Phase III Success For Nyxol

The company announced positive topline results for the drug in night vision disturbance and may conduct another pivotal trial as it focuses on myadriasis and presbyopia.

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Enanta’s Path Forward Uncertain After RSV Failure

The US biotech’s RSV treatment candidate has failed a Phase II study in low-risk patients leaving some experts skeptical of its hopes for potential improved performance in a high-risk setting.

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