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Sanofi is the latest drugmaker to announce a major initiative aimed at improving access to medicines in poorer countries, the type of move that should continue to lift the reputation of big pharma above the likes of big oil and big tobacco.
The Danish biotech's stock sank after arimoclomol failed in a Phase II/III trial for inclusion body myositis. Orphazyme is hoping for much better news in the coming weeks as the US FDA makes its decision on the drug as a treatment for Niemann-Pick disease Type C.
The rise of the biosimilars has been predicted for many years, but the commercial dynamics after complex biologic drugs’ loss of exclusivity suggests that it may not be so straightforward.
Destiny Pharma's XF-73 achieved an "exceptionally high" 99.5% reduction in Staphylococcus aureus bacterial nasal carriage in a mid-stage trial, a result that should attract a number of potential partners for the UK firm.
Boehringer Ingelheim’s incoming India managing director outlines intent to scale up in areas including diabetes and stroke, as the private German multinational seeks to move up the rankings in the competitive Indian market. Enabling the global pipeline in field including immunology, CNS and oncology also part of the effort.
After a fresh cash injection, Step is ready to take STP938 for the treatment of T-cell blood cancers into Phase I trials in February.
Jardiance and Ofev are growing strongly but the German drugmaker is also confident its pipeline will bear fruit, boosted by a rising research budget that represents almost 23% of sales.
Despite being third to market behind Lilly’s Baqsimi and Xeris’s Gvoke to treat emergency episodes of hypoglycemia, Zealand is confident of a successful US launch for Zegalogue (dasiglucagon).
Amphastar’s 2020 financial results included its best ever quarter and a different revenue pattern from most pharma and generic companies. Its evolving product mix and marketing campaigns were two reasons for its performance.
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