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Pandemic-related clinic closures and safety issues forced Novartis to trim its guidance slightly. But Roche, faced with more severe pandemic and biosimilar pressures, left January’s guidance unchanged.
With something for everyone in Johnson & Johnson’s second-quarter earnings report, a nudge upwards for full-year guidance could not disguise the jump down from January’s pre-pandemic expectations.
Can the development of coronavirus vaccines and therapeutics reverse the demonization of the pharmaceutical sector brought about by drug price increases?
A complete response letter from the FDA knocked Intercept’s stock price for six, but perhaps the FDA is sending wider messages about NASH.
Gene and cellular therapies that can replace decades of expensive therapy do not come cheap. Even the initial remedy of payment by installments could be irrelevant when not all patients respond in the same way.
With Lilly, Pfizer and Novartis duking it out for early-stage breast cancer patients, how many drugs for the same indication is too many?
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