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Gilead and Galapagos have more decent clinical data for filgotinib tucked under their belt as the JAK1 inhibitor shows benefit in another indication, ankylosing spondylitis, with a safety profile that remains reassuring.
Another one of AstraZeneca’s more left-field product candidates, its investigational lupus therapy anifrolumab, has disappointed at Phase III.
An EU filing by licensee Bayer puts Loxo Oncology’s larotrectinib on track to be the first tropomysosin receptor kinase inhibitor to reach the market there. Meanwhile, Loxo’s second product, LOXO-292, is speeding its way to a US filing.
Antibody developer Harbour Biomed signs its first deal for rights outside China in cancer pact with Kelun. Portage buys SalvaRx to increase its immuno-oncology capabilities, while Paragon spinout Emalex will take over Psyadon’s pediatric Tourette syndrome program.
A series of setbacks for gemcabene has left the Livonia, MI-based company reeling, but management remains committed to its lead product.
Top-line data for a Phase III trial of RedHill's antibiotic combination for use in Crohn's disease show the study has hit its primary endpoint, but there is still some way to go before filings can be made for the novel approach.