The company says ABP 510 hit its primary endpoint in an adalimumab comparison.
The FDA approved the drug previously known as pembrolizumab, now known as Keytruda, for patients with unresectable or metastatic melanoma who have taken Bristol-Myers Squibb's Yervoy (ipilimumab).
A study of psoriatic arthritis patients found greater adherence among patients whose initial treatment was a biologic, compared to those who started with a non-biologic treatment.
Roche backs away from Chugai but embraces InterMune, Merck rumored on track to score first PD-1 approval, a new Ebola strain may have surfaced and JNJ scoops up experimental anti-TNF.
The drugmaker has paired up with Incyte and CytomyX in two separate deals.
The FDA's approval of Takeda's Entyvio puts the drugmaker in the ulcerative colititis and Crohn's mix of prescription treatments.
Sales of its big diabetes franchise rose 3% vs. the same period last year, while drops in Singulair and Nasonex revenue marked the quarter. The company is slated to reveal pipeline progress next week.
The drugmaker's purchase of private biotech CoStim Pharmaceuticals comes with a host of experimental immuno-oncology agents.
The company expects to return to growth in 2015 as it focuses on immunotherapy collaborations.
The two will explore cancer-attacking nanobodies.
Friday's no-nivolumab news event disappointed some, but analysts generally rooted for BMS, which saw year-end sales fall 7%, because of anticipated immuno-oncology success.
Merck and Celgene are exploring a combination that could solidify their immuno-oncology footholds.
Phase III results of its Crohn's and ulcerative colitis medication show positive patient response in a category among patients who have exhausted other options.
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