Eisai’s Leqembi Launch Bodes Well For Biogen In A Pivotal Year
Eisai said the US launch of Alzheimer’s therapy Leqembi following accelerated approval is going well, which is welcome news for partner Biogen as it brings on a new CEO and recovers from a failed Aduhelm launch.
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Quick Listen: Scrip's Five Must-Know Things
In this week's podcast version of Five Must-Know Things: Leqembi bodes well for Biogen; AbbVie predicts US Humira erosion; Sanofi’s R&D chief moves on; Roche’s ophthalmology plans; and Scrip Asks what 2023 holds for AI in pharma.