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18-month Phase II data on amyloid-targeting antibody BAN2401, presented at AAIC, raised more questions than they answered – and seemed to take the wind out of the sails for an early regulatory filing.
While Milligan’s year-end departure topped the news, Gilead posted solid sales growth for Yescarta, got the HIV franchise back to growth and saw HCV’s decline largely stabilize. CSO McHutchison, meanwhile, predicted that selonsertib could be first to market in NASH.
Pharma companies have responded to mounting political pressure to lower drug prices by pledging to limit increases and even roll back the costs of certain drugs, but it's hard to keep track of who has promised what exactly. Here, Scrip provides a listing of pharma pricing pledges.
Roche used its ASCO investor briefing to highlight its digital and personalized healthcare strategy, including examples of how it’s facilitating R&D and reimbursement – and how that should position it to be an oncology leader in the future.
Astellas builds on a 2013 collaboration by acquiring Mitobridge. Ardelyx is partnering with Kyowa Hakko Kirin to bring tenapanor to market in Japan. Meanwhile, Depomed, Xoma and Bristol all offload programs before the end of the year.