Biohaven Shoots For Oral CGRP Leadership As Nurtec ODT Gains Momentum
The firm’s acute migraine treatment Nurtec ODT generated $65m in 2020 after launching a year ago. Biohaven aims for Nurtec to become the leader in what could be a $4bn-$5bn category in the US.
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The market for novel preventive and acute treatments grew from three anti-CGRP antibodies at the start of 2020 to four biologics and two oral drugs against CGRP plus a small molecule 5-HT1F inhibitor.
Approved in February as an on-demand remedy, Nurtec will be filed for migraine prevention after success in Phase III. It could be the first oral preventive therapy and first dual purpose migraine drug.
The fast-dissolving tablet will launch in early March. Its list price is not available but based on pricing for Allergan’s oral anti-CGRP Ubrelvy, ICER has said Biohaven’s rimegepant is likely to be cost-effective.