Commercial Capsules: Q2 Reporters, Mitsubishi Buy, Celltrion IPO, Renflexis Launch, Keytruda Fail, Ironwood and Vertex Trial Results
Q2 reporting is on a roll as GSK unveils a major shake-up under new CEO Walmsley; the prospect of a simplified route to approval may have helped Neuroderm secure Mitsubishi take-out; biosimilar developments include Celltrion Healthcare's IPO and Merck & Co's launch of Renflexis in the US; clinical trial updates were reported for Keytruda, Ironwood's GERD candidate and Vertex's next generation of cystic fibrosis candidates. Commercial Capsules rounds up key commercial news reported recently by sister publication Scrip.
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