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Reporting its first full quarter of financials since merging with Allergan, AbbVie will be scrutinized for whether its optimistic talk of a quick Botox rebound actually happened.
US pricing for Trulicity due to payer mix fluctuations dragged down solid volume growth. Lilly hopes revenue from COVID-19 therapies will help it hit annual guidance, but bamlanivimab failed to benefit hospitalized patients.
Study shows risk reduction in both renal failure and cardiovascular events, but analysts question competitiveness versus SGLT-2 inhibitors and safety compared to earlier MR antagonists.
The rare disease-focused firm will pay $90m up front to acquire Orphan Technologies and its Phase I/II enzyme replacement therapy for homocystinuria. Earnouts up to $427m are possible as well.
Alnylam shows that lumasiran offers similar safety and efficacy in primary hyperoxaluria type 1 patients who are six or younger as it does in older patients. US and EU regulatory decisions loom.
The first close of a series C financing should enable InRhythm to enter Phase III as an inhalable anti-arrhythmic for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in a medically supervised setting.