Merck KGaA Plays Down Mavenclad Label And $99,500 annual Price For 10 MS Pills
Merck KGaA's multiple sclerosis pill Mavenclad has finally won FDA approval, but some analysts think its US label, stipulating second-line use in relapsing MS but not in patients with clinically isolated syndrome, may hurt its uptake there.
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The lockdowns caused by coronavirus has led to significant decline of multiple sclerosis patients getting to see neurologists and getting treatment. It has also reduced the number of treatment switches and Merck's drug Mavenclad is suffering as a consequence.
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The German group is predicting sales of its new MS drug Mavenclad in the mid-triple digit million euro range worldwide in 2019 if all goes well across the Atlantic.