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Two companies looking to challenge Merck’s Keytruda with new combinations have had contrasting reactions from investors
Moderna is hot on the heels of Pfizer with booster data for its COVID-19 vaccine, and could benefit from its rival being first to face potential skepticism from the US FDA over booster data for its vaccine.
France’s Provepharm Life Solutions, which finds new uses for known mature molecules, in particular antidotes and surgical dyes, by improving their efficacy and maximizing their therapeutic potential, has fresh funds to expand its portfolio.
With big oncology losses largely in the rearview mirror, Roche is trying to sell investors on its next wave of cancer drugs; R&D overview pushes message of pipeline renewal.
The Phase III failure of ampreloxetine in nOH followed disappointing Phase IIb data for izencitinib in ulcerative colitis in August. Theravance narrows focus to respiratory disease, including label expansions for Yupelri.
Management updated investors on M&A strategy, US drug pricing reform and R&D investment.
The UK’s choice of the mRNA vaccines as COVID-19 boosters is no surprise – but not releasing the key study data behind the decision is.
Provention has been working hard collecting necessary data for a potential BLA resubmission for teplizumab in patients at risk of developing type 1 diabetes after receiving a complete response letter in July. Hopes rest on a Type A meeting with the FDA in Q4.
Everest Medicines’ deal with Canadian biotech Providence Therapeutics contains a full transfer of technology which may be appealing to Chinese regulators.
Named after a remarkable self-regenerating salamander, the new San Francisco biotech aims to unlock the potential of B-cells to be “in vivo protein factories”.
Janssen’s Mark Wildgust explained how the Johnson & Johnson subsidiary is pushing forward with novel therapeutics and combination regimens with the goal of eliminating myeloma in the first line.
The stock price performances of the top two coronavirus vaccine producers are inversely correlated to their sales and pipelines. There seems to be an expectation of declining coronavirus vaccine sales for some, but not for others.
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