Europe Backs Celgene’s Pomalidomide And Aegerion’s Lomitapide
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Positive opinions from Europe's top drug assessment panel in May have included a long-acting "biobetter" lipegfilgrastim from Teva, a once-weekly HGH injection from Biopartners GmbH, and a smallpox vaccine developed by Bavarian Nordic with funding from the U.S. BioShield program.
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