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PhRMA Adds Genentech, Gilead To Its Ranks Ahead Of House Democrats’ Drug Pricing Scrutiny

Roche, through Genentech, returns to the PhRMA fold after leaving the trade group in 2009; Gilead is a first-time member; both are retaining their BIO memberships as well.

Pricing Debate Research and Development Strategies

Otsuka, Click ‘Digital Therapeutic’ Alliance Aims At Novel Depression Option

“There’s an app for that” could take on added significance under a new alliance for a digital therapeutic for the treatment of depression, in which the partners hope the novel approach will take its place as an effective option among current drug and other cognitive therapies.

Digital Health Business Strategies

Bringing A Digital Pill To Oncology: Proteus Partners With Health System To Prescribe Sensor-Enabled Chemotherapy

Proteus Digital Health announced a new partnership with Fairview Health Services and the University of Minnesota Health to prescribe capecitabine, a common chemotherapy drug, encapsulated with a sensor to colorectal cancer patients. Under the program, patients are prescribed the "digital capecitabine" and will be monitored remotely to see when they take their meds and for other health data. The goal is to improve patients' treatment adherence and improve outcomes.

Commercial Digital Health

Japan Approvals Include World Firsts For Romosozumab, Spinal Injury Cell Therapy

The latest group of new product approvals in Japan includes the first marketing clearances worldwide for fracture-reducing osteoporosis antibody romosozumab and a stem cell-based therapy for spinal cord injury, as well as two new Daiichi drugs and Pfizer's lung cancer therapy dacomitinib. 

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