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Paul Peter Tak recently defected from big pharma to East Coast venture firm Flagship Pioneering. He described the appeal of entrepreneurship in the biotech world and the value of taking the road less traveled when it comes to biomedical R&D.
The firm announced plans to begin a Phase III study of aducanumab to prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer’s, but refused to discuss ongoing studies during its fourth quarter earnings call.
Pfizer's fourth-quarter call will be the first with new CEO Albert Bourla, while Amgen will provide reassurances after US Neulasta and Epogen biosimilar launches. Also, concerns swirl around the impending impact of generics on Allergan's blockbuster Restasis, Biogen investors await news on Alzheimer's programs and M&A, and Novartis will face scrutiny of recent launches.
Industry executives, consultants and analysts speculate on what they believe the big themes, trends and events will be this year.
How much therapies should cost and how they should be reimbursed are questions that are expected to dominate in 2019, according to industry experts and participants interviewed by Scrip on their expectations for the coming year. This is the focus for the final installment of our three-part Scrip Asks series.
What do biopharma leaders and experts expect for the coming year? Following on from therapeutic area insights in part 1, our interviewees consider the outlook for business trends, from M&A and financing to digital strategy, AI and organizational management.