Sun Rises For GSK's Trelegy And Shingrix While It Sets For Advair
The drug maker is in the midst of launching several new drugs, including the Shingrix vaccine, the triple COPD therapy Trelegy and the HIV regimen Juluca, hoping new drugs will drive growth as Advair sunsets.
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Seven new drugs were approved in the EU in the March-April period this year: TiGenix/Takeda's Alofisel, BioCryst's Alpivab, Chiesi's Lamzede, AstraZeneca's Lokelma, Pfizer's Mylotarg, GSK's Shingrix and MSD's Steglatro.
While GSK and collaborators publish findings from the IMPACT trial comparing once-daily single-inhaler triple versus dual therapy in patients with COPD in NEJM, two clinicians in an accompanying editorial argue that the trial falls short of providing robust evidence for switching strategy.