Alexion Looks To Broaden Complement Inhibitor Market With Next-Generation Ultomiris
Positive late-stage clinical results involving Ultomiris in a second potential indication suggest Alexion is on the right track to develop new ultra-rare disease therapies with significant commercial potential.
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As its acquisition by AstraZeneca moves toward closure, Alexion plans to file the Soliris follow-on for generalized myasthenia gravis in the US, EU and Japan. But potential competition awaits in the C5 inhibitor and FcRn antagonist classes.
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A first EU approval for Ultomiris added to a label expansion for Soliris in the US made for a good seven days for Alexion’s C5 product portfolio.