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Aimmune CEO Jayson Dallas talked to Scrip about the company's field team, allergists' and payers' responses to the first food-derived medicine, and why Viaskin Peanut patch is not a competitive threat.
Designers of the UK’s experimental antibiotic payment system aim to identify two drugs later this year which will then undergo a novel technology assessment in 2021.
Liver health key opinion leaders say pre-authorization, requirements for biopsies or sicker patients could limit early uptake of NASH drugs. Intercept’s OCA, Genfit’s elafibranor both seen as likely combo therapy components.
Getting doctors to prescribe lower cost biologics has become less of a challenge as additional products reach the market in the US, according to panelists at the World Biosimilar Congress.
Acacia's bids to get the thumbs-up in the US for its post-operative nausea and vomiting therapy have finally borne fruit. CEO Mile Bolinder tells Scrip that his experienced team is now firmly focused on gaining as many hospital formulary approvals as possible for Barhemsys.
After eptinezumab’s approval in the US, EVP Peter Anastasiou told Scrip it will take time to change migraine doctors’ prescribing habits, but he expects CGRP inhibitors to become mainstay preventative treatments. Vyepti’s list price is about $1,000 below its competitors’ launch prices.
Roche receives initial knockback for lymphoma treatment which could rival CAR-T therapies.
ICER’s final report on new acute migraine treatments said the drugs are similarly beneficial when patients don’t respond to or can’t take triptans, but found Reyvow is not as cost effective as Ubrelvy and rimegepant.
The company hopes to sidestep payer restrictions and patient abandonment by launching the cholesterol-lowering medicine at a palatable price point in line with where branded statins were before patent expiry.
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