The rare disease drug market is making history with its steady growth and burgeoning pipeline—and owing to continuing breakthroughs in gene therapy, the biggest advances are yet to come. Rebecca Mayer Knutsen reports on a sector that is thriving—and on the possibility that issues around pricing can slow its surge
Hysingla ER is ready for the marketplace, just two months after FDA approval.
CEO Ian Read told investors the company has cash to make a deal, but there is no urgent need.
The nighttime sleep aid's Twitter account wrote "Sleep LIKE he finally proposed," last week, a sentiment which didn't resonate positively with the feed's followers.
Biogen Idec handed out 250 Fitbits last year to better understand how MS affects patients' mobility, and how its medications hinder disease progression.
AstraZeneca's Nexium now has generic competition, toxicity worries researchers about new cancer approaches and a former Pfizer exec will now lead an e-cigarette company.
The FDA approved NPS Pharmaceuticals's rare-disease drug Friday. The company, which Shire shelled out $5.2 billion to buy, expects it to hit the market during the second-quarter.
The drugmakers have filed alirocumab with the FDA, closing the gap between its candidate and Amgen's evolucumab.
FDA has approved Novartis's Bexsero after approving Pfizer's Trumemba this past October.
Two new classes of medicines have shown unparalleled efficacy in oncology, but there are growing concerns about the treatments' safety.
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