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JAK Inhibitors Have Dupixent In Their Sights For Atopic Dermatitis

Analysts predict that Sanofi and Regeneron's Dupixent is going to dominate the severe eczema market but the oral options of Lilly/Incyte's baricitinib and AbbVie's upadacitinib are progressing through the pipeline to make a challenge.

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Snapshot Of The Opioid Crisis, An Infographic

The opioid market is expected to total $18.4bn by 2020 – but the growing crisis of opioid abuse plagues manufacturers, policy makers and public health. Scrip takes a look at the pipeline of abuse-deterrent formulations and physician opinions about what impact those will have.

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Bayer's Aliqopa Approval Gives PI3K Class A Second Chance in Follicular Lymphoma

Bayer's PI3 kinase inhibitor copanlisib now has accelerated approval in a common type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, but the drug's competitive profile still awaits Phase III data.

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New Agents To Invade UC Market As Biosimilars Put Pressure On Stalwarts

The ulcerative colitis pipeline is bustling with novel drugs, with new modes of action, that are ready to take on the market leading biologic therapies and their biosimilar counterparts; five launches are anticipated from four different drug classes before 2022.

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PARP Inhibitors: Rich Prospects And More Deals In Store?

There’s significant excitement around the potential of PARP inhibitors in the currently established indication of ovarian cancer, but the best is probably yet to come with expansion into other cancers, according to a biopharma advisory firm. This class of drugs is also expected to trigger M&A, putting the spotlight on firms like Tesaro and Clovis Oncology.

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Samsung Bioepis Builds Its Biosimilars Name In Europe

EU clearance of Samsung Bioepis' Imraldi, its adalimumab biosimilar, is the South Korean firm's third biosimilar anti-TNF alpha product to get approval in Europe.

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ALCYONE Paves Way For J&J/Genmab's Darzalex In Frontline Myeloma

Data supporting a role for J&J/Genmab's anti-CD38 monoclonal antibody in newly diagnosed multiple myeloma are "as good as could be expected," but the backbone regimen in the trial is rarely used in the US.

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