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Denmark has generated high growth rates from its life science industry. The country's government, industry and academic centers are increasingly working together to keep up that momentum.
The future looks rosy after a slow start for antibody-drug conjugates. But what are the best tactics to capture a slice of the growing opportunity?
Datamonitor report highlights big pharma’s licensing trends from last five years, and finds UK firm top on numbers of deals, but Merck & Co put up most money.
AstraZeneca’s head of R&D spoke to Scrip about the outstanding results for dapagliflozin in heart failure regardless of diabetes status.
In the first half of 2019, life science companies raised $469m through series A rounds in Europe – a solid start to the year compared with the $686m companies raised in 2018 overall. Experts says this "rude health" should continue for the next two to three years, at least.
The Turkish Government’s carrot-and-stick “localization” policy has started to yield results with some multinational pharma companies including GSK and Sanofi disclosing joint production ventures with local companies, but these ventures have been limited by difficult economic conditions and worsening investment environment, and the fixed euro rate.
AstraZeneca’s SGLT2 inhibitor has grabbed attention for its potential role in chronic heart failure patients, with or without type 2 diabetes, following initial results from the DAPA-HF study.
Imbruvica is keeping ahead of potential competitors in Europe by expanding its use in patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia and Waldenström’s macroglobulinemia.
INFOGRAPHIC: maturing cancer and autoimmune biologics still top the league for global revenues, but biosimilars are snapping at their heels.
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