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GSK’s antibody-drug conjugate may reach the market first, but CAR-T therapies from Bristol/bluebird and Janssen/Legend are close behind, and all three big pharmas have programs in earlier-stage disease.
Progress for two US-based companies in the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.
The class is poised to be a competitive one with Sanofi, AstraZeneca, Roche and Zentalis among the contenders developing new selective estrogen receptor degraders for HER2-negative breast cancer.
AstraZeneca and Accent Therapeutics will jointly discover, develop and commercialize novel therapeutics targeting RNA-modifying proteins for the treatment of cancer.
Sanofi presented new data at a post-ASCO briefing to back its claim that Sarclisa can become the anti-CD38 of choice for the treatment of multiple myeloma ahead of Darzalex. The investment community is not so sure.
Two drugs that would be the first for lupus nephritis are on the doorstep of the US FDA, a novel drug voclosporin from Aurinia Pharmaceuticals and Benlysta from GlaxoSmithKline.
Vibostolimab is less advanced than Roche’s competing tiragolumab, but Merck thinks the combo of its anti-TIGIT and Keytruda will offer a better therapeutic profile.
BMS’s S1P receptor modulator met endpoints in a Phase III trial treating patients with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis, boosting the drug class’s prospects in that condition.
Partners say they are encouraged by new overall response data from early trials for the two drugs together in kidney and liver cancer, presented to ASCO.
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