BMS Buoyed By EU Approval Of Myelofibrosis Drug
Inrebic Came From Celgene Acquisition
There have been lots of twists and turns on the development path for Inrebic which is now the second JAK inhibitor to be approved in the EU for MF since the blockbuster Jakavi was cleared in 2012.
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Janssen is dropping the telomerase inhibitor as imetelstat nears the conclusion of Phase II in myelodysplastic syndrome and myelofibrosis, but Geron has $183m in cash on hand that it will use to take the drug forward on its own in one or both indications.