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Positive Ph III results with oral Otezla in skin, nail and scalp of patients with plaque psoriasis

24-03-2014

US biotech firm Celgene has released positive new research findings on Otezla (apremilast), an oral,…

apremilastBiotechnologyCelgeneDermatologicalsOtezlaResearch

US lawmakers question price of Gilead’s Sovaldi

US lawmakers question price of Gilead’s Sovaldi

24-03-2014

Three leading US Congressmen have written to John Martin, chief executive of US biotech firm Gilead Sciences,…

Anti-viralsBiotechnologyGilead SciencesNorth AmericaPoliticsPricingRegulationSovaldiUSA

US FDA clears Xolair for chronic idiopathic urticaria

23-03-2014

Swiss drug major Novartis says the US Food and Drug Administration has approved Xolair (omalizumab) for…

BiotechnologyDermatologicalsGenentechNorth AmericaNovartisRegulationRocheUSAXolair

US FDA eases clinical hold on Geron’s imetelstat

US FDA eases clinical hold on Geron’s imetelstat

21-03-2014

There was a touch of good news yesterday for Geron Corp, after the US Food and Drug Administrated partially…

BiotechnologyGeron CorpimetelstatNorth AmericaOncologyRegulationResearchUSA

Emmaus Life Sciences releases top Phase III results for sickle cell anemia treatment

Emmaus Life Sciences releases top Phase III results for sickle cell anemia treatment

20-03-2014

US biotech company Emmaus Life Sciences, which focuses on orphan diseases, has announced preliminary…

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BioAlliance Pharma licenses Sitavig to Innocutis in North America

19-03-2014

French drug developer BioAlliance Pharma has executed a licensing accord with the USA’s Innocutis Holdings…

Anti-viralsBioAlliance PharmaBiotechnologyInnocutis HoldingsLicensingNorth AmericaSitavig

Promising mid-stage results for Prosensa’s drisapersen in DMD boys

19-03-2014

Shares of Dutch biotech firm Prosensa Holding rose 3.85% to $7.02 after the firm reported encouraging…

BiotechnologydrisapersenGlaxoSmithKlineProsensaRare diseasesResearch

UK budget unveils £55 million Cell Therapy Manufacturing Centre

UK budget unveils £55 million Cell Therapy Manufacturing Centre

19-03-2014

The UK’s annual budget speech by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne today included the announcement…

BiotechnologyFinancialPoliticsResearchUK

Pan-European survey calls for a shift in policy for biosimilars

Pan-European survey calls for a shift in policy for biosimilars

19-03-2014

This week, the Alliance for Safe Biologic Medicines (ASBM) disclosed the results of a survey of 470 European…

BiosimilarsBiotechnologyEuropeHealthcareRegulation

Medigene signs collaboration with Falk Pharma for RhuDex

Medigene signs collaboration with Falk Pharma for RhuDex

19-03-2014

German biotechnology company Medigene has signed an exclusive global license agreement with drugmaker…

BiotechnologyDr Falk PharmaGastro-intestinalsGermanyLicensingMedigeneNephrology and Hepatology

Celgene UK and Ireland appoint Rob Moore as Inflammation and Immunology Business Unit Director

Celgene UK and Ireland appoint Rob Moore as Inflammation and Immunology Business Unit Director

19-03-2014

Celgene UK and Ireland have announced the appointment of Rob Moore as the new Inflammation and Immunology…

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Executive Q&A: ADC Therapeutics’ chief executive Michael Forer

Executive Q&A: ADC Therapeutics’ chief executive Michael Forer

19-03-2014

In an interview with The Pharma Letter, CEO Michael Forer discusses ADC Therapeutics' developing pipeline…

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FDA delays approval of Biogen Idec’s MS drug Plegridy

FDA delays approval of Biogen Idec’s MS drug Plegridy

18-03-2014

The US Food and Drug Administration has extended the initial Prescription Drug User Fee Act date for…

Biogen IdecBiotechnologyNeurologicalNorth AmericaPlegridyRegulationUSA

Executive Q&A: Fibrotech's chief executive Darren Kelly

Executive Q&A: Fibrotech's chief executive Darren Kelly

18-03-2014

The Pharma Letter interviewed chief executive Darren Kelly about Fibrotech’s ethos and its lead product,…

AustraliaBiotechnologyFibrotechInterviewsNephrology and Hepatology

Australian regulator finds no definite melanoma link for natalizumab

Australian regulator finds no definite melanoma link for natalizumab

18-03-2014

Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration revealed today that it is monitoring reports of melanoma…

Asia-PacificAustraliaBiogen IdecBiotechnologyNatalizumabNeurologicalRegulationTysabri

ThromboGenics announces 2013 growth thanks to Jetrea sales

ThromboGenics announces 2013 growth thanks to Jetrea sales

18-03-2014

Belgium-based biopharma firm ThromboGenics has released its financial results for the full year 2013,…

BelgiumBiotechnologyFinancialJetreaOphthalmicsThromboGenics

More positive Ph III data for Amgen’s evolocumab

More positive Ph III data for Amgen’s evolocumab

17-03-2014

Leading independent biotech firm Amgen has released more positive clinical trial data with its cholesterol…

AmgenBiotechnologyCardio-vascularevolocumabRare diseasesResearch

Actelion says COMPASS-2 bosentan study fails primary endpoint

Actelion says COMPASS-2 bosentan study fails primary endpoint

17-03-2014

Europe’s largest biotech company Actelion has announced disappointing results of COMPASS-2, a Phase…

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Intrexon acquires operations from Codexis and expands presence to Europe

17-03-2014

US synthetic biology firm Intrexon has acquired state-of-the-art laboratory operations in Budapest, Hungary,…

BiotechnologyCodexisEastern EuropeIntrexonMergers & AcquisitionsProduction

Six-year follow-up data from Glybera treated patients

Six-year follow-up data from Glybera treated patients

17-03-2014

Netherlands-based human gene company uniQure and privately-held Italian drugmaker Chiesi Farmaceutici…

BiotechnologyChiesi FarmaceuticiGlyberaRare diseasesResearchuniQure

Ferring in up to 76 million euro deal with TxCell for IBD drug Ovasave

Ferring in up to 76 million euro deal with TxCell for IBD drug Ovasave

17-03-2014

French biotech firm TxCell SA and privately-held Switzerland-headquartered Ferring International have…

BiotechnologyFerring PharmaceuticalsFinancialGastro-intestinalsLicensingOvaSaveTxCell

Retrospective analysis shows tumor shrinkage with Amgen's talimogene laherparepvec

Retrospective analysis shows tumor shrinkage with Amgen's talimogene laherparepvec

16-03-2014

Leading independent biotech firm Amgen says that findings from a pre-specified retrospective analysis…

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