BMS Sees Zeposia As Safer Oral Option In Ulcerative Colitis
Efficacy Comparable To Gilead/Galapagos JAK Inhibitor Filgotinib
Bristol Myers Squibb reported detailed results from the Phase III TRUE NORTH study that show durable remissions in a patient population that switches therapies due to loss of response.
You may also be interested in...
Zeposia’s Ulcerative Colitis Approval Provides BMS’s Beachhead Into GI
The second US approval for the S1P receptor agonist brings Bristol into the gastrointestinal space, and is just the starting point for the pharma in that arena, the company told Scrip.
Biotech’s Double-Edged Sword: Extraordinary Funding Run Contributes To Talent Crisis
Finding good leaders always has been hard, but record-breaking VC investment and IPOs, COVID-19 and diversity initiatives have compounded the growing problem.
Arena Updates Etrasimod Timelines, Introduces New Drug Candidate
CEO Amit Munshi told the J.P. Morgan meeting the company will double the size of its clinical-stage cardiovascular disease pipeline with the addition of temanogrel.