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NGM’s injectable might be best-suited as induction therapy for sicker NASH patients, Inventiva hopes its pan-PPAR agonist will outperform Genfit’s elafibranor, and Albireo thinks IBAT inhibition offers promise in NASH.
The frontrunner in hemophilia A gene therapy has been hit by data doubts, but this and achondroplasia drug could deliver in 2020.
Shares in the Spanish dermatology specialist have slipped as the majority shareholder sold a 6.3% stake. However, sales of its psoriasis and acne drugs, plus some promising late-stage assets, suggest Almirall is in rude health.
GlaxoSmithKline’s interleukin-5 inhibitor, Nucala (mepolizumab), is the first treatment shown to reduce the hypereosinophilic syndrome flare-ups in a 100-patient pivotal study.
The US FDA has for the second time placed a clinical hold on Solid Biosciences’ potential gene therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a move linked to a 70% decline in the company’s share price. The company had reported a serious adverse event in a patient treated with higher doses of the viral vector-delivered gene therapy.
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