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The first approval in the US of a once-daily single-tablet, two-drug regimen for treatment-naive HIV from the HIV/AIDS therapy specialist, ViiV Healthcare, suggests a shift away from three-drug regimens for HIV/AIDS could be gathering pace.
Scrip looks at some the key clinical and regulatory pharma events that will spark attention during the next three months, according to Biomedtracker's latest quarterly outlook report.
GlaxoSmithKline India has carved out a specialized team with close to 300 personnel to engage with pharmacists. It is seeking to plug product availability gaps and address Rx switching at the retail level in the competitive and largely out-of-pocket Indian market.
Biohaven has acquired a priority review voucher from GW Pharma to accelerate the US review of rimegepant, its oral CGRP receptor antagonist for migraine. The firm is competing with Allergan and Lilly in a race to get the next oral treatment approved.
Production localization and the fixed rate set for the euro against the lira will be key topics for the pharma industry in Turkey this year, with the expected further devaluation of the domestic currency likely to inflict more damage on companies. Turgut Tokgöz, secretary general of the Turkish industry association, spoke to Scrip.
A European firm with significant operations in the UK, Norgine has invested considerable resources in preparing for Brexit. With less than three weeks to go before the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, chief operating officer Peter Martin is very concerned about the risks of a no-deal Brexit, and the lack of clarity on what will happen next.
Anticipating pan-EU approval of Epidyolex within the next six months, GW Pharmaceuticals is gearing up to launch what would be the first plant-derived cannabinoid medicine to be approved under the EU centralized procedure.
INFOGRAPHIC: The prospects for patients with spinal muscular atrophy, the leading cause of genetic death in infants, have been revolutionized by the arrival of the first approved drug for the disease, Biogen’s blockbuster Spinraza. Now, other firms with equally revolutionary product candidates are giving chase. Scrip takes a look at the main contenders.
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