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The failure of the SGLT2 inhibitor is not unexpected, but allays any concerns that it could have worsened outcomes for patients with hypertension or heart disease.
Adjuvant renal cell carcinoma is a potentially lucrative indication for any checkpoint inhibitor; Merck & Co. flagship Keytruda is the first to demonstrate benefit in a Phase III study, although rivals are in pursuit.
ISCR conference hears how artificial intelligence and machine learning can address challenges in clinical medicine, especially for cancer, and also optimize clinical trials.
AstraZeneca's partner FibroGen stunned investors and regulators by announcing that previously disclosed cardiovascular safety data for CKD candidate roxadustat included changes made post hoc, rather than as pre-specified with the US FDA.
Phase III trials of a number of late-stage investigational therapies are expected to read out during the second quarter of 2021, according to new analysis from Informa Pharma’s product pipeline database Biomedtracker. Some of the Phase III data could be transforming for a few of the less grand players in the pharma sector and here Scrip picks out some of the highlights to look out for in the months ahead.
Q2 promises to be ‘transformational’ for AbiVax, propelled by key readouts for investigational anti-inflammatory, ABX464, and cancer agent, ABX196, but more funds will be needed by year end.
Korea's AriBio is poised to file for US Phase III trial approval this year for its novel Alzheimer's candidate and lead asset AR1001, which showed an improvement in cognitive function from baseline at Phase II. But will the benefits over existing therapies be enough to carve a position in the challenging field?
Agreeing that decentralized trials are here to stay, experts discussed in a recent meeting ways in which the pharma research landscape is set to change. With nearly 85% of the industry at different stages of adoption, such trials have seen greater traction in the US, while stricter data privacy laws have hampered progress in Europe, ISCR’s annual conference heard.
The Dutch biotech has firmed up its finances as its promising pipeline of RNA therapies for rare genetic eye disease starts to move through the clinic.
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