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Joseph Haas

Joseph Haas is a senior writer for Informa’s pharmaceutical news publications, with more than eight years covering the biopharmaceutical industry. He previously worked in public affairs for a real estate trade association and wrote about housing and real estate before moving into healthcare. Most recently, he was managing editor of a newsletter publisher, leading its coverage of the implementation of the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit. Joe’s areas of expertise include business development, mergers and acquisitions, infectious diseases and liver diseases, including hepatitis C, hepatitis B and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). He edits the popular Deal Watch column and enjoys profiling start-up companies. 
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Dova’s Doptelet Gets First-To-Market Edge In Thrombocytopenia, Ahead Of Shionogi

Dova CEO Alex Sapir very confident of oral thrombopoietin receptor antagonist’s chances of taking market share from current standard of care, platelet transfusions, citing safety and convenience advantages.

Approvals Commercial

Nabriva On Pace For Lefamulin NDA; Stock Tumbles Despite Trial Success

With a pair of Phase III trials demonstrating lefamulin’s non-inferiority to moxifloxacin in CABP, Nabriva plans to file an NDA later this year. But Nabriva’s share price fell during the day, perhaps due to safety concerns about the first-in-class antibiotic.
Research & Development Infectious Diseases

Syndax Sees Subgroup Efficacy For Entinostat Plus Keytruda In NSCLC

The company says a subgroup of lung cancer patients with high pre-treatment monocyte levels showed promising response and PFS rates in study pairing Syndax’s selective HDAC inhibitor with Merck’s Keytruda. Mature data will inform future Phase III melanoma plans.

Research & Development ImmunoOncology

Deal Watch: Novo’s Increased Cell Therapy Commitment Includes Stem Cell Pact With BioLamina

Also, TapImmune merger with Marker could yield T-cell therapies that address multiple tumor-associated antigens with a better safety profile than CAR-T therapy. Bluebird and Medigene expand their TCR therapy collaboration.

Deals ImmunoOncology

Galectin Plans To Head Into NASH Pivotal Studies Without Biopsy-Evaluated Endpoint

Company is moving its galectin-3 inhibitor into Phase III in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis patients with cirrhosis – a very advanced disease setting – and also to validate endpoints that don’t require liver biopsy.

Clinical Trials Liver & Hepatic

Can Lilly’s Cluster Headache Data Differentiate Its CGRP Inhibitor?

Galcanezumab was able to reduce episodic cluster headaches compared to placebo, but missed statistical significance for chronic cluster headaches. Amgen’s Aimovig still is first in line to reach the market in the anti-CGRP class.

Neurology Clinical Trials
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