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In this week's podcast version of Five Must-Know Things: a US setback for UCB; Lilly challenges Novo’s GLP franchise; Seagen searches for CEO after scandal; Hengrui hopes for US PD-1 success; and a look ahead at ASCO.
Ausbiotech's CEO and the Australian government’s Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner in South Korea talk to Scrip on the sidelines of the Bio Korea 2022 meeting about what makes Australia an attractive clinical trial destination for Korean and other foreign pharma firms, as well as about collaborations and other opportunities between the two countries.
In this week's podcast version of Five Must-Know Things: Pfizer to boost migraine presence via M&A; Roche’s immunotherapy ambitions take a hit; Biogen’s CEO search gets more complicated; Stoffels lays out new strategy for Galapagos; and mixed results for Japanese majors.
Sanjiv Navangul, managing director and CEO, Bharat Serums and Vaccines, in a wide-ranging interview with Scrip, outlines the firm’s game plan to establish itself as a “force to reckon with” in women’s health - it goes beyond drugs and encompasses devices and potentially digital therapeutics as well. The former Janssen India chief also weighs in on the worrying industry-wide input cost escalation scenario and supply chain turbulence.
In this week's podcast version of Five Must-Know Things: big changes at Biogen; Paxlovid still a work in progress; Farxiga goes stellar; Moderna hints at M&A; and a chat with Roche Pharma India’s CEO on rare diseases.
While many of his peers elbowed each other to leap into oncology, James Xue decided to focus on rare diseases such as Hunter’s Syndrome. Now, 10 years after founding CANbridge, the CEO sat down for an audio interview with Scrip to offer his views on a flurry of key issues impacting orphan drug development in potentially the world's largest pharma market.
In this week's podcast version of Five Must-Know Things: will biotech overcome its slump?; Sanofi on the future of vaccines; J&J’s M&A ambitions; interview with a Korean immuno-oncology challenger; and a setback for the IL-2 approach in oncology.
Zydus Lifesciences is building a rare disease-focused pipeline as a differentiating strategy, managing director Sharvil Patel tells Scrip in an interview. Innovation and patient centricity at heart, digital initiatives are being implemented to transform the company into a ‘future ready’ healthcare organization
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