PD-1 inhibitor launches in Japan with a lofty price tag; more Zohydro pushback; J&J developing Ebola vaccine.
Takeda closes out a good-news, bad-news kind of week, AstraZeneca adds a new clinical trial for its experimental PD-1, and researchers link a funeral to the Ebola outbreak.
Human testing of GSK's Ebola virus starts next week, menopause is a costly healthcare concern, and a small conversation with pharmacists may have a big impact.
Allergan sets a shareholder voting date, Novo describes the types of acquisitions it will consider, and the AstraZeneca-Pfizer talks can now reopen.
Merck and Pfizer pursue new pembrolizumab research, black box warnings are linked to fewer court visits, and the WHO says it needs $430M to fight Ebola.
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.
Two new indications give Eliquis more juice, a new rule is making hydrocodone harder to get and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge highlights a controversial aspects of drug discovery and development.
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