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As F-star starts its transition into a clinical stage company underpinned by two proprietary bispecific compounds due to enter clinic late 2019, Eliot Forster joins the company as CEO with plans to expand the company’s regulatory and clinical operations capabilities and raise new funds.
Investors are keen to see how J&J's Remicade is holding up to biosimilar competition, especially now that Zytiga generics are on the way. Novartis is likely to play up the potential for new launches like siponimod in multiple sclerosis and Aimovig in migraine, while Roche is expected to continue delivering strong performance for core brands and expansion plans for Tecentriq.
German Merck tells Scrip its quest to find a partner for its Bruton’s tyrosine kinase inhibitor evobrutinib should be helped by positive 24-week Phase IIb data in relapsing multiple sclerosis.
While cancer drug makers generally applaud the rare reimbursement decision in China, some have pointed to mounting and significant pressure to lower prices, while insiders say the real battle has only just began and that translating the coverage into commercial success will take much more effort.
Allogene launched a $324m IPO to fund development of its allogeneic CAR-T pipeline, bringing its 2018 fundraising total to $744m. Also, GW Pharma's $345m offering tops recent follow-ons.
Scrip caught up with several companies during the recent Cell and Gene Meeting on the Mesa, sponsored by the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine.
In an exclusive interview, one of the most direct CEOs in the industry, Regeneron’s Len Schleifer, clarifies his attitude to drug pricing and growing internal innovation.
Mylan's Kokino spoke with Scrip about what he called the successful launch of the company's first biosimilar in the US, a version of Amgen's Neulasta, the state of the US biosimilar market and resetting expectations.
VelosBio's well-backed Series A funding round showed that investors believe his team has identified the right combination of cancer target, linker and payload for creating a successful novel ADC, the biotech's CEO told Scrip.
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