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In this week's podcast edition of Scrip's Five Must-Know Things: US industry warns over pricing; a setback for another gene therapy; a Phase II disappointment for Novartis; Actemra shortages cause CAR-T worries; and Sweden's Sobi set to go private.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: new US warnings for JAK inhibitors; strong new heart failure results for Jardiance; good head-to-head results for Pfizer in atopic dermatitis; US payers and drug exclusion lists; and a look ahead at key expected hematology launches.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: Pfizer buys into hematology; changes at the top at J&J; the outlook for solid tumor drug approvals; mRNA vaccine progress in India; and a look at diversity in clinical trials.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: senior level changes at Lilly; mRNA COVID vaccines and booster shots; GSK and Sanofi deal with a changed vaccines landscape; a look ahead at new drugs for hematological malignancies; and a huge fundraising in China for an mRNA specialist.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: a history of Alzheimer’s drug development; BioNTech looks beyond COVID-19 vaccines; gene therapy setbacks for bluebird; new promise for Roche’s Polivy in B-cell lymphoma; and rising US momentum for US drug price negotiations.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: AstraZeneca looks to return to normality; Bayer’s hopes for Kerendia; Novartis’s plans for a new version of Zolgensma; Arcturus benefits from mRNA interest; and AbbVie changes tack in Alzheimer’s.
Sanofi India managing director N Rajaram and ex-GSK executive Salil Kallianpur discuss with Scrip a range of aspects around pharma’s digitization efforts including getting the "outside" talent mix right, avoiding digital "intrusion" in physician engagement and the impact of the surge in teleconsultation.
Scrip and Pink Sheet editors join Datamonitor Healthcare analysts to discuss Biogen's Aduhelm for Alzheimer's disease, including the expected launch trajectory, early commercial barriers to uptake and the Medicare reimbursement environment.
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