Trump administration considers outcomes-based approach to lower drug prices; Sanofi to acquire vaccines biotech; Nestle partners with Enterome to develop microbiome-based diagnostics
To drive the point home, the ads even feature an image of an actual case of shingles. The blistering red rash appears on-screen for several seconds.
Astellas Pharma is searching for Xtandi successor; Novo Nordisk says Tresiba is safer than Lantus; Pfizer awards Nexium account to Grey
Pfizer expanded its humanitarian efforts by providing the Prevnar 13 vaccine at a low price and donating proceeds to aid groups.
GSK files for FDA approval of shingles vaccine; Chinese drugmaker reportedly files for largest IPO since 2013; Sunovion completes deal to buy Cynapsus
Roche gets FDA approval for immunotherapy Tecentriq; insurers are sued for discrimination; the FDA proposes yanking generic ADHD drugs from market
Doctors Without Borders refuses free Pfizer vaccines; Valeant to raise prices of certain drugs; two urologists advocate for overactive bladder drugs
Mylan CEO to appear before House committee about EpiPen pricing; job-related health premiums rise; GSK's experimental shingles vaccine shows 90% effectiveness
The FDA approves an Enbrel biosimilar; Express Scripts to launch program to reduce diabetes costs; a GSK vaccine beats sales forecasts
Researchers test Zika vaccine; Aetna contacts doctors who prescribe high rates of opioids; half of pediatric trials are never published or completed
The FDA approves generic versions of AstraZeneca's Crestor; Biogen CEO steps down; drugmakers race to develop smart inhalers
The FDA expands use for Pfizer's Prevnar 13 vaccine; an FDA panel votes in support of Novartis biosimilar; U.S. healthcare spending rises 5.5% in 2015
Merck CEO says industry needs to better communicate value; procedural vote could clear Califf as FDA chief; HPV vaccine lowers virus' prevalence
Cancer MoonShot 2020 to study childhood cancers; IBM's purchase of Truven provides data about 200 million patients; overdoses tied to benzodiazepines rise
The former MSL regional leader reemerges as head of communications at Japan's largest pharma company.
Company's vaccines chief credits campaigns aimed at grownups with driving US demand for blockbuster vaccine. The remaining cohort will be harder to capture.
GSK awards its global media buying business; one-third of patients dropped out of Xenoport psoriasis trial; an experimental drug for liver disease fails to meet primary endpoints
While social media can be a tool for pharma to help educate the public, it has also become a forum for the public to express their views about pharma, and it's not always flattering, as evidenced by the recent antivaccine movement.
Biogen pursues orphan eye-disease treatments; Novo Nordisk will stop selling Tresiba in Germany over price controversy; the switch to Prevnar 13 is expected to lower costs
Sales of the new cancer drug topped expectations since its February launch.
Study finds vaccines still not linked to autism; investments in healthcare start-ups hit record high this year; biosimilars are already bearing down on prices overseas
Celltrion expects its Remicade biosimilar to hit the US this year; Vivus cuts its sales force; BMJ accuses Novartis of interfering with clinical trials
FDA approves Novartis's Farydak for multiple myeloma; Shire acquires rare-disease drug for $70 million; FTC fines melanoma app marketers.
Achillion's experimental HCV drug cleared the virus in six weeks when combined with Gilead's Sovaldi; Sanofi will replace a third of its sales managers; GSK shutters Montana vaccine R&D.
Measles outbreak news aside, doctors need help identifying illnesses vaccines have made uncommon.
Pfizer ends spinal muscular atrophy collaboration; abuse-deterrent Zohydro scores approval; measles outbreak at Disneyland linked to 36 cases.
FDA has approved Novartis's Bexsero after approving Pfizer's Trumemba this past October.
FDA draws fine line between health and wellness apps; Colorado gives biosimilar swap law another look; ZMapp is set to start human trials of its Ebola vaccine.
The $509-million agreement gives J&J rights to AC Immune's experimental anti-Tau vaccine.
The artwork is meant to inspire debate and donations for vaccinations.