Concert’s Patient-Reported Outcome Could Help Differentiate Its Alopecia Therapy
Concert’s CTP-543 would be second or third to market in alopecia areata, behind Lilly and likely Pfizer, but the biotech thinks its drug will have the best profile based on efficacy and patient satisfaction.
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The latest drug development news and highlights from the Pink Sheet’s US FDA Performance Tracker.
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The biomanufacturing firm National Resilience has raised more than $2bn in venture capital and millions more in fees from government and industry contracts since 2020. Also, Code Biotherapeutics raised $75m in series A cash, Concert grossed $66.4m and Amarin is cutting US jobs.