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Data from a high-profile Phase III COVID-19 vaccine trial will be released the first week of February, management said.
Moderna has unveiled plans to develop a new booster vaccine, tweaked to meet the threat posed by the South African strain.
Top-line Phase III data for faricimab in age-related macular degeneration leave Roche poised to file the bi-specific antibody for retinal diseases, but again there is no advantage with the novel dual-acting product over Eylea.
Plus Takeda starts vaccine trial in Japan and South Korea clears Celltrion's antibody therapeutic.
Executives expect the changes wrought by necessity in the face of a global pandemic to have lasting effects, both positive and negative, on the biopharma sector. Here they share their predictions for the coming year.
Pfizer-partnered Bavencio has struggled to compete with other checkpoint inhibitors like Keytruda, Opdivo, Imfinzi and Tecentriq, but could carve out a lucrative niche in first-line urothelial carcinoma.
The path of spin-offs from loss-making biotech companies with weak investment propositions seems clouded with examples that often resulted in an appointment with the liquidator.
Lilly is planning for growth even beyond the loss of patent protection for Trulicity in 2027. In addition to internal R&D, Smiley said a third of new drugs will come from business development.
Already partnering with AZ and Boehringer Ingelheim in liver targets, the UK biotech sees potential to hit ‘undruggable’ CNS targets as well.
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