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The US firm has withdrawn its submission to get EU approval for Xyndari. After being turned down by the CHMP, Emmaus may try the decentralized approval procedure instead.
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?
With a broader ecosystem of prescription influencers emerging rapidly in India, pharma needs to engage with these groups extensively, a conference in Mumbai hears.
PPF has bought a big stake in the UK-based T-cell specialist, one of many firms backed by investor Neil Woodford which have suffered stock slides in the past few months.
Bill Anderson says Roche has scrapped budgets and improved productivity and re-energised teams. But is it too good to be true?
Many new and pipeline products were highlighted at London meeting – but no word on Spark Therapeutics deal. New products will have high profit margins.
Novartis looks to differentiate ofatumumab from Roche's entrenched MS blockbuster Ocrevus, stressing that patients can inject the therapy at home.
The German group believes its €2bn target of pipeline sales by 2022 is achievable. It is hoping for a healthy contribution from rare lung cancer drug tepotinib.
Presentations at ECTRIMS highlight the recently approved pill's effects on disability and cognition.
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