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FDA approval is likely for Emmaus' sickle cell drug L-glutamine this summer, representing the first new product for the disease since 1998 – a decision FDA advisory committee panelists hope will spur more innovation.
Scrip asks industry whether the promise of biosimilars producing substantial cost-savings is a sustainable model to help healthcare systems afford the next wave of expensive biologics. Drug developers and trade associations comment on the caveats still in play when it comes to biosimilars, cost-cutting and market access.
Chiesi's triple combination therapy for COPD, Trimbow, has secured its first approval globally after winning a positive recommendation from the CHMP for its use in Europe – but analysts expect a respiratory partner will be required to launch the product.
Avir Pharma's business development associate Vanessa Fortin and VP of business development Kaled Kadri talk to Scrip about the company's business model and strategy for bringing innovative medicines to Canada.
Tetraphase has been keeping its head down since a 2015 Phase III trial failure for its lead antibiotic drug eravacycline sliced around $1.3bn from the company's market cap – but 2017 will be a turnaround year, says CEO Guy Macdonald.
What caused Novartis's innovative heart failure drug to falter, missing sales targets by $30m in 2016, and how is it expected to bounce back in 2017? Scrip explores Entresto's journey and what this experience shows about the changing face of pharma's customers.