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AZ Looks To Lead Severe Asthma Market After US Fasenra OK

Following FDA approval, AstraZeneca believes that despite reaching the market after GlaxoSmithKline’s Nucala and Teva’s Cinqair, Fasenra's strong clinical package, convenient dosing and very competitive pricing will make it the leading biologic for severe asthma.

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GSK's Triple Combo COPD Drug Gets Europe Okay

Europe's regulators have followed their US counterparts and given the green light to GSK's Trelegy. Now the company is hoping that having the first once-daily single inhaler triple therapy for COPD will boost its respiratory business.

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ImmuneOncia: A PD-L1 Latecomer Hoping To Break Into The Market

Emerging Company Profile: ImmuneOncia may be late entering the market for PD-L1 inhibitors, but the joint venture between Yuhan and Sorrento Therapeutics aims to develop best-in-class immuno-oncology drugs with differentiated products and strategy.

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Don’t Miss The Train: Pharma's Future Holds Deeper Digital Deals, Outcome-Based Pacts

Asked by Scrip to name two big changes coming pharma's way, Merck KGAA Healthcare CEO Belén Garijo identified artificial intelligence and outcome-based pacts as 'ways of the future'.

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US Pricing Squeeze Clouds Sun Pharma Q2; Site Re-Inspection Critical

Further evidence of the impact of pricing pressure in the US was provided when Sun Pharma reported a sharp fall in profits in Q2 (although it beat the expectations of some analysts). Sun also expects a delay in EU approval for its late stage psoriasis asset, tildrakizumab, but US approval timelines appear unchanged, at least for now.

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Loxo’s Tissue-Agnostic Approach Brings $400m Upfront From Bayer

The German pharma signs collaboration to develop and commercialize larotrectinib and a follow-on, under a structure that enables Loxo to co-promote in the US and build commercial infrastructure.

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What’s In Store For Roche’s New India Boss?

Lara Bezerra moves from turbulent Venezuela to head Roche in India. Scrip highlights what the incoming Roche boss might expect on the generally peaceful yet complex Indian market.

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