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Pfizer's Bourla: "I Think We Forgot What It Looks Like To Grow"

The big pharma CEO reflected on his first year of leadership at Pfizer during the Forbes Healthcare Summit and talked about executing on a plan to deliver 6% growth through 2026. 
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Biogen’s Big Day Arrives, But Aducanumab Results Don’t Answer Key Question

Biogen presented highly anticipated data in Alzheimer’s disease at CTAD for its Phase III EMERGE and ENGAGE studies, but one major question remains unanswered: will the FDA approve the drug? 

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What Lies Beneath China's Steep Price Cuts For New Drugs

Prices of  direct acting hepatitis C drugs are down by 85% in China, with cancer and antidiabetes therapy costs cut by 65% and drug makers are rushing to celebrate. Scrip delves into the considerations behind the low prices and whether industry's excitement is a bit premature. 

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Lupin’s Karkaria On Biosimilars Pushback And Interchangeability

Lupin's biotech president notes push-back by innovator firms against biosimilars in the US parallels that witnessed when small molecule generic competition first emerged, but remains confident that biosimilars will gain traction. The executive also sees little need for separate interchangeability studies.

 

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Novartis Targets Ten Indications For Cosentyx

The Swiss giant is hoping to get seven more approvals for its blockbuster immunology drug over the next 10 years.

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Interview: Double Delight For ImmuPharma's Dimitriou

It has been a long and sometimes tortuous development path for Lupuzor but ImmuPharma's chief executive tells Scrip the company's faith in the lupus drug is bearing fruit.

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Freshly Funded ImCheck Goes After Gamma Delta T-Cells

ImCheck’s $53m series B financing will be used to develop antibodies that activate gamma delta T-cells for use against cancer and autoimmune diseases, its CEO tells Scrip.

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Novartis Sheds Vildagliptin Trademark In India Ahead Of Patent Expiry

Eris Lifesciences has acquired a Novartis trademark for vildagliptin, a DPP-4 inhibitor that has been the subject of a torrent of alleged infringement-related legal action in India. Pricing for the acquired brand will be interesting to watch from now on as a patent on vildagliptin is set to expire soon.

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AstraZeneca And Galapagos Shine At The 15th Annual Scrip Awards

The pharma, biotech and allied industries came together in London on 4 December to celebrate another year of achievement at the 15th Annual Scrip Awards, hosted by the broadcaster Fiona Bruce.

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Novartis Enters ‘Transformational’ Cloud Computing Pact With Amazon

Novartis’s AI head tells Scrip an open-ended collaboration with Amazon Web Services will ‘transform’ the Swiss major’s global manufacturing operations and distribution centers.

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Zydus Cadila Strides Ahead With NASH Filing In India

Cadila has filed for approval of saroglitazar for NASH in India. The drug, which could emerge as the first medicine for the indication if approved, is already being used by a million Indian patients for diabetic dyslipidemia and hypertriglyceridemia.

 

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Vascepa Gains European Filing Nod

On the cusp of US approval, Amarin must wait until late 2020 for EMA judgement

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AstraZeneca Gets Fast Imfinzi Review For SCLC

The drug major has won a priority review for Imfinzi in small cell lung cancer from the FDA. If approved, the new indication could add $1bn to sales of the checkpoint inhibitor
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Novartis Targets Ten Indications For Cosentyx

The Swiss giant is hoping to get seven more approvals for its blockbuster immunology drug over the next 10 years.

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UniQure Aiming To Be First With Hemophilia B Gene Therapy

The company has come a long way since gene therapy flop Glybera, and claims best-in-class status for viral vector.

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Early Assets Excite At Novartis R&D Day

NIBR chief Jay Bradner tells Scrip that the Swiss major's focus is on developing first in class therapies rather than 'fast-follower' research seen across the biopharma sector. 
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