The Italian group has got the green light in Europe for Lamzede, the first disease-modifying therapy for alpha mannosidosis and believes the drug, along with Procysbi and an investigational Fabry disease being developed with Protalix, constitute a strong portfolio in the rare metabolic disease area.
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Ultragenyx already has a sales team in place to market its second commercial drug Crysvita (burosumab) – partnered with Kyowa Hakko Kirin – following its April 17 FDA approval for the treatment of pediatric and adult patients with x-linked hypophosphatemia (XLH).
Rigel has its first US FDA approval for Tavalisse (fostamatinib) and plans to launch the drug for adults with immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) in late May, after working on the drug's development for more than a decade across multiple indications.
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Brachial plexus indication for long-acting bupivacaine liposome will launch in US with combined 2,000-rep sales force under copromotion with J&J; although Pacira did not get the broad claim requested, company sees significant commercial opportunity for an indication that is expected to encompass 60% of all nerve block procedures within the next two years.
The FDA is requiring an additional RGN-259 Phase III trial to further show efficacy in both signs and symptoms of dry eye in a larger patient population.
UK HTA provisionally tells Roche price for supplying MS blockbuster Ocrevus to the NHS not good enough – 'try again'.
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