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The healthcare giant's nasal spray for hard-to-treat depression has been rejected for use on the UK's NHS for a second time because of uncertainty over cost, but comments on this consultation could result in a change of fortunes for the potential blockbuster.
Amid rising cancer incidence in the Asia Pacific region, Roche tells Scrip in this exclusive interview that it is going "beyond the pill" to widen access to drugs in the increasingly important oncology market.
After a long-standing row with payer NHS England, the rapid market access deal will help Vertex move into growth phase.
G1 Therapeutics had been talking about marketing its recently filed myelosuppression therapy for small cell lung cancer on its own. However a deal with Boehringer represents an alternative "capital efficient launch structure."
The Stockholm-headquartered company has exceeded expectations with its IPO, and now faces the ‘big reveal’ for its lead asset Nefecon.
The Swiss major is offering a ‘Day One’ access program to governments and reimbursement agencies for Zolgensma, which is already available in France and will be shortly in Germany.
Qinlock (ripretinib), approved as the US FDA rejected Blueprint Medicines’ Ayvakit (avapritinib) in the same indication, is priced on par with the rival drug cleared in January for a narrower GIST use.
AstraZeneca's biopharmaceuticals president Ruud Dobber tells Scrip that the price for Farxiga in the heart failure indication should reflect its potential to improve survival and reduce the need for hospitalization.
The acquisition brings Alexion the bleeding reversal agent Andexxa, which execs called a synergistic addition to its portfolio – but analysts are struggling to see the match with Alexion’s chronic rare disease therapies.
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