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Additional highlights from the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, including Takeda’s partnering outlook, Sage’s guidance on Zulresso sales, Frequency’s next steps for its hearing loss drug and Revance’s preparations to take on the aesthetics market.
Daily round-up from the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco: AbbVie's Skyrizi takes psoriasis lead, Amarin goes it alone, Viatris debuts, BeiGene on US drug pricing and Roche think neuroscience is the new oncology.
J.P. Morgan Notebook Day 2: Bourla Feels Pfizer's Underappreciated, GSK Prepares For Myeloma First And More
Daily round-up from the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco: GSK's first-in-class oncology opportunity, Pfizer's Bourla on underappreciated pipeline, AstraZeneca's Enhertu pricing, Amgen's genomics push, Lilly filters through deals and Medicxi's de Rubertis teases big pharma CEOs about M&A.
Daily round-up from the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco: There was no big M&A, but biopharma CEOs discussed deals they're pursuing. Also, Novartis's Zolgensma reimbursement insights, Sarepta's third DMD filing, Bristol's post-merger progress and more highlights.
A Washington Post article on price hikes for Abbvie’s Humira highlights patent ‘thickets’ and anti-biosimilar strategies. But the lack of understanding of the basic concepts of the biosimilar system are a much bigger warning sign about the viability of the pathway.
The $9.7bn acquisition hinges on the small interfering RNA inclisiran, but an ongoing cardiovascular outcomes trial, manufacturing hurdles, and reimbursement challenges provide subjects for concern.
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