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Potential upheavals in the hemophilia market bring uncertainty for Shire and Bayer, with executives likely to be quizzed on how they can retain market share during upcoming Q4 results calls. Scrip’s final earnings preview highlights the key challenges for large companies reporting at the tail-end of the earnings season.
The US FDA has approved Advanced Accelerator Applications' radiopharmaceutical Lutathera to treat GEP-NETs second time around, just four days after Novartis closed its acquisition of AAA. The product should help the Swiss firm regain ground its Sandostatin product has lost to Ipsen's Somatuline.
Sanofi is to acquire Belgian nanobody developer Ablynx in an all-cash deal worth €3.9bn, 50% higher than the spurned bid by Novo Nordisk.
Danish diabetes drug specialist Novo Nordisk has offered €2.6bn in cash to acquire Ablynx. The Belgian firm is playing hard to get: this is the second offer from Novo but it is still refusing to talk.
From ongoing progress in IO to revolutions in AI, and from pricing headaches to new therapies for migraine: Scrip has gleaned from experts and industry executives their expectations and predictions for 2018's hot topics. Here is our digest.
Mallinckrodt is to acquire Sucampo Pharmaceuticals for about $1.2bn. The deal brings it a short-term sales boost from Amitiza, although the constipation treatment only has a few years left before generic competition hits. Longer-term hopes lie in two Phase III products for rare diseases.