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Eleanor Malone

London, UK
Eleanor has been editor of Scrip Intelligence since 2014. She has more than 15 years’ experience writing specialist news and analysis for and about the biopharma industry. She holds an MA in modern languages from the University of Edinburgh. Based in London, she appears regularly on TV and radio and conference panels to discuss matters related to the industry.
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Forendo Pharma: Tackling The Endometriosis Challenge

Emerging Company Profile: Finland's Forendo Pharma hopes an imminent improvement in diagnostic possibilities will eventually help it commercialize a drug for endometriosis, which it believes could enable more effective treatment of a disease that afflicts large numbers of women.

StartUps and SMEs Gynecology & Urology

Pharma Q3 Results Preview: J&J, Roche Set The Scene

Most of the big pharma companies will report their third-quarter results over the next three weeks. As usual, Johnson & Johnson and Roche will get out of the blocks early on. Scrip considers what to expect from the two front-runners, in the first of our regular financial results previews.

Sales & Earnings Biosimilars

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: The Race For The $1bn Opportunity

With three products now approved in Europe and/or the US for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, an FDA decision pending on PCT Therapeutics' ataluren and multiple companies exploring different approaches in preclinical and clinical studies, Scrip provides an overview of the development landscape and commercial results to date.

Rare Diseases Innovation

Galderma Cuts Topical Derma R&D In Favor Of Systemic Treatments

Significant shifts in innovation for atopic dermatitis are behind the decision to close down the current R&D center of Nestlé group prescription dermatology business Galderma. The move affects around 550 employees in Sophia Antipolis, France, with only a small proportion likely to be offered jobs in a planned new center of excellence.

Dermatology Research and Development Strategies

Expanded IMPACT For GSK Respiratory Business From New Trelegy Data

Headline data from GlaxoSmithKline's IMPACT study comparing its new triple therapy Trelegy Ellipta with the company's dual therapies Breo/Relvar Ellipta and Anoro Ellipta support the product's ability to reduce exacerbations in more severe COPD. However, the benefit of IMPACT in expanding GSK's respiratory sales may be limited given pricing pressures and the make-up of GSK's current portfolio.

Clinical Trials Respiratory

Trelegy Approval Boosts GSK's US Respiratory Business But Pressure Remains

With the FDA approval of Trelegy Ellipta, GlaxoSmithKline will enjoy first-to-market status with a LABA/LAMA/ICS triple combination therapy to treat COPD in the US. However, it faces the challenge of convincing payers.

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