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Lucie Ellis

Lucie Ellis, based in the UK, joined the SCRIP Intelligence team in 2012. In her current position as a Creative Content Reporter, she is focused on introducing innovative and imaginative ways to display content on the web and routinely annoys SCRIP’s technology and design teams by thinking too far outside of the box. As a reporter covering the pharma and biotech world, Lucie understandably spends a lot of her time writing about drugs and money or Googling abbreviations. However she has a particular interest in employment trends, social and digital media use by industry, patient-centricity, big data, and clinical research in the metabolic and CNS fields. Lucie enjoys traveling and can often be seen out and about at industry events across the globe as SCRIP’s roving reporter.
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Capricor's DMD Cell Therapy Has HOPE, But Market Is Unsure

Capricor will start a Phase II trial in the first quarter of 2018 for its regenerative cell therapy CAP-1002 in Duchenne muscular dystrophy following positive results in an early-stage trial – the stem cell product was dropped by Capricor's big pharma partner Johnson & Johnson earlier this year.

Clinical Trials Research & Development

CNS Refresh: Boehringer's New Approach To Tricky Neuropsychiatry Diseases

Boehringer Ingelheim is seeking partners with early-stage, novel approaches to neuropsychiatry disorders under its strategy of applying "fresh thinking" to diseases of the central nervous system with high unmet need.

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Five Themes For BIO-Europe 2017

From BIO-Europe, the biggest pharma and biotech partnering meeting in Europe, Scrip lists the five hottest topics of discussion and debate.

Brexit Business Strategies

MS Franchise A Surprising Concern For Sanofi In Q3; Dupixent Out-Performs

Sanofi produced a mixed financial performance in the third quarter of 2017, with reported sales more than €200m below analysts' expectations but new drug Dupixent doing well; MS drug sales have fallen since Q2 by more than €50m.

Sales & Earnings Business Strategies

Influenza And Beyond: Sanofi Pasteur R&D Chief Talks Strategy

Sanofi Pasteur's R&D chief talks to Scrip about the integration process for Protein Sciences, a vaccine company the group acquired earlier this year in a $650m deal, and how Sanofi Pasteur is using new technologies to speed up vaccine development.

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Pharma Q3 Results Preview: Pfizer, Allergan, Sanofi, Teva & AstraZeneca

Pfizer’s CEO will likely shed more light on the company’s on-off-on attitude towards its consumer health business, while Allergan will certainly have a lot of explaining to do regarding its Restasis patent protection strategy. Sanofi, Teva and AstraZeneca are also scheduled to report Q3 results in the coming days. Scrip outlines the key issues to watch for.

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