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FDA starts review of Biogen’s Tecfidera follow-up for MS

FDA starts review of Biogen’s Tecfidera follow-up for MS

BIIB098 (diroximel fumarate) was actually submitted for approval in the US towards the end of 2018 but appears to have been caught up in the US government shutdown last month, delaying ... The new drug is designed to improve on the safety profile of

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  • Deal Watch January 2017 Deal Watch January 2017

    Biogen. Patent settlement. Tecfidera (dimethyl fumarate). 1, 250. Merrimack Pharamceuti-cals. Ipsen.

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  • Executive vice president of Biogen leaves Executive vice president of Biogen leaves

    Kingsley joined Biogen in 2010 as senior VP and during his tenure Biogen introduced five new therapies including successfully launching Tecfidera (dimethyl fumarate) – the most prescribed oral treatment for multiple sclerosis.

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