Moment Of Truth In EU For Amarin’s ‘Multi-Billion-Dollar Opportunity’ Drug
The European Medicines Agency is expected to decide soon whether Amarin’s fish oil pill, Vascepa, should win pan-EU marketing approval for reducing cardiovascular risk.
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The European Medicines Agency has recommended in favor of approval for Amarin’s fish-oil derivative, Vazkepa.
Novartis, Arvelle, AstraZeneca and Incyte are among a raft of drug sponsors who should find out shortly whether the European Medicines Agency will vote in favor of approving their products for use in the EU.
US healthcare insurance provider Health Net failed to respect Amarin’s patent rights in the way it distributed Hikma’s generic version of Vascepa (icosapent ethyl), the originator contends in an expanded induced infringement suit.