What Does 2018 Hold For Biopharma?
From ongoing progress in IO to revolutions in AI, and from pricing headaches to new therapies for migraine: Scrip has gleaned from experts and industry executives their expectations and predictions for 2018's hot topics. Here is our digest.
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Immuno-oncology deals and R&D by South Korean companies are picking up speed as they are put more focus on the hot sector in line with global trends.
Roche is aiming to bolster its future neuroscience franchise with another potential breakthrough product in neurology to add to its clinical-stage efforts in Alzheimer's disease, and its success in developing the first therapy for primary progressive multiple sclerosis, Ocrevus.
Gilead's newly acquired CAR-T therapy Yescarta, developed by Kite Pharma, won FDA approval for certain B cell lymphomas on Oct. 18 and the company set its price $102,000 below Novartis's competing therapy Kymriah, which was approved in a small pediatric leukemia indication.