Genetic protein PD-L1 could have potential as a biomarker for a first-line treatment.
Physicians will be notified when patient care is not meeting national guidelines for COPD and asthma.
New data suggest Amgen's PCSK9 may reduce risks of heart attacks, Salix bidding is war too rich for Endo's blood, Actavis bipolar drug use is expanded to 10- to 17-year-olds.
Novartis CEO says cost cutting is looming; Novo Nordisk presents new Saxenda weight-loss data; FDA approves Astellas Pharma's antifungal drug.
The drugmakers will explore combinations of Merck's Keytruda and Eisai's Lenvima and Halaven to treat certain cancers.
The organization plans to publish a scientific and a lay abstract detailing study findings
Genentech Parkinson med encounters preliminary safety issues; Cigna gives Gilead's Harvoni preferred status over AbbVie's Viekira Pak; Valeant proposes $400 million bid to buy bankrupt Dendreon.
One in three adults would rather not take a pill and have a shorter life span; Pfizer's next-gen breast-cancer drug nabs an early approval; Amgen's Humira biosimilar demonstrates clinical equivalence.
Pharma ad budgets are growing, says IPG; Medical device tax debate rages on; Pfizer has PCSK9 pill in the works.
Prime Therapeutics gives Gilead's Harvoni and AbbVie's Viekira Pak preferred formulary status; Novartis and Qualcomm team up for new investment firm; UK cost watchdog axes cancer drug coverage.
BMS halts cancer drug trial over positive Phase-III results; Shire has acquired NPS Pharmaceuticals for $5.2 billion; 23andMe expands Pfizer agreement.
AbbVie announced positive interim Phase-III results Thursday for its endometriosis drug elagolix, but one analyst says its commercial impact is likely linked to its effect on patients' bone mineral density.
The company moves on three leading contenders in the muscular dystrophy segment with the start of a Phase II trial
An investigational JAK inhibitor, baricitinib, bested placebo in moderate to severe plaque psoriasis in a Phase-III trial.
CureClick, TrialReach and WEGO team to leverage health communities and speed trial recruitment.
The drugmaker inked a deal with Zosano worth up to $440 million for the product, which is about to enter Phase-III in clinical trials.
Amgen's Blincyto was approved for a rare form of leukemia after receiving Breakthrough Therapy designation and a Priority Review.
Novartis released Phase-III study results Monday.
The north-of-the-border solution comes amid climbing heroin abuse in the US.
BioMarin to acquire Dutch biotech Prosensa; Woodcock says significant efficacy key to Breakthrough Therapy designation; Stryker considers $16 billion bid for UK devicemaker Smith and Nephew.
EMA revises its conflict of interest policy; AbbVie all-oral HCV combo drug receives positive EU recommendation; Merck may help NewLink Genetics scale production of its Ebola vaccine.
CRS asks if high prices are a tool to offset CMS rebates, the FDA adds another DTC study to its lineup, and the NIH proposes making more clinical trial data public.
Results of two post-market studies, conducted in part by Boehringer Ingelheim, corroborate the billion-dollar blood thinner's benefit/risk profile.
A head-to-head comparison between Sanofi and Regeneron's experimental PCSK9 shows alirocumab lowers LDL levels more effectively than Merck's Zetia, which is part of the just-acquitted Vytorin.
A pipeline drug from Novartis has the potential to alter the progression of heart disease and keep patients out of the hospital.
Merck said in November that a long-running clinical trial finally demonstrated the impact of its Zetia cholesterol-lowering treatment on cardiovascular outcomes.
The Pennsylvania company says it will continue to develop its IO treatment, even without Roche's support.
A 4-1BB agonist highlights a discussion with analysts on the drug giant's immunoncology pipeline, with a number of combination options to be tested next year.
Testing has already started abroad, and Boehringer says this is the first clinical trial that tests an antidote among patients taking a new oral anticoagulant.
For example: Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development reseachers say it takes 18% longer to develop CNS drugs than it does non-CNS drugs.
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