Turmoil In Allergy Market Continues As Merck Ends ALK Partnership
Merck & Co has returned all US marketing rights to ALK-Abello’s sublingual allergy tablets to the Danish company, casting a pall over the sector that has this year been dismayed by late-stage failures of new products and delays in drug development.
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The failure of Circassia’s cat allergy vaccine product in a Phase III study, and other recent setbacks including a one-year delay to Allergy Therapeutics’ US ambitions, have not stymied the excitement in a sector that promises new approaches to grass, tree, peanut and other food allergies, and much more convenient treatment regimens.