Alnylam Pursues Value Framework To Accelerate Givlaari Access In EU
Following Approval Of The RNAi Therapeutic By The European Commission
Alnylam’s short-interfering RNA, Givlaari, has become the first treatment to be approved for preventing attacks of acute hepatic porphyria in the EU, and Alnylam wants to pursue a value-based agreement framework to accelerate patient and provider access.
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The company will launch Givlaari with a novel prevalence-based adjustment feature for payers, which will trigger higher rebates if the number of diagnosed patients is higher than expected.
Givosiran was approved by the US FDA for the treatment of acute hepatic porphyria, a rare generic blood disorder, nearly three months ahead of the action date.
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