Tissue-specific Cell Therapy off the starting blocks with two promising Phase II projects
This article was originally published in Scrip
Over the past two weeks, little-known UK-based stem cell therapy company Cell Therapy has reported impressive Phase II data with two of its products that target completely unrelated indications – advanced heart failure and severe tendon injury. CEO Ajan Reginald, previously Roche's global head of emerging technologies, spoke to Scrip about why the company chose to remain under the radar until recently, and of his ambitious plans to get a product onto the market in 2017.
You may also be interested in...
The UK's main reimbursement bodies made a series of decisions this week that were broadly favorable and largely focused on oncology medicines.
While troubled Valeant was divesting iNova to private equity investors, Novartis announced a pair of oncology-focused deals, out-licensing a brain cancer drug to Midatech and partnering with IBM Watson Health to optimize breast cancer treatment.
Astellas and Pfizer have amended the PROSPER trial protocol in a bid to position Xtandi ahead of Zytiga in the early stage prostate cancer market.