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Shire claims US okay for HAE blockbuster-in-waiting

Shire claims US okay for HAE blockbuster-in-waiting

Shire has the first approval in hand for its new hereditary angioedema drug lanadelumab, getting the nod from the FDA for use of the drug in HAE patients aged 12 and ... community. “HAE attacks are painful, debilitating, and potentially life threatening

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  • Immunology keeps Shire figures solid as Takeda takeover nears Immunology keeps Shire figures solid as Takeda takeover nears

    Shire recently picked up additional approvals for Vonvendi/Veyvondi for von Willebrand disease and its hereditary angioedema (HAE) therapy Cinryze and has three new therapies filed for approval, namely lanadelumab for

  • EMA starts rapid review of Shire’s HAE antibody EMA starts rapid review of Shire’s HAE antibody

    Shire could be months away from its first regulatory approval for hereditary angioedema (HAE) candidate lanadelumab as the EMA starts an accelerated review of the drug. ... The antibody - which targets and inhibits plasma kallikrein - is intended as a

  • Shire completes $32bn Baxalta merger Shire completes $32bn Baxalta merger

    The pipeline will focus on therapy areas including haematology, immunology, neuroscience, lysosmal storage disorders, gastrointestinal/endocrine and disease and hereditary angioedema (HAE), and brings Baxalta's haemophilia franchise into the fold.

  • Baxalta agrees to $32bn Shire takeover Baxalta agrees to $32bn Shire takeover

    disease therapies across haematology, immunology, neuroscience, lysosomal storage disorders, gastrointestinal/endocrine and disease and hereditary angioedema (HAE).

  • Shire deal with Baxalta predicted this week Shire deal with Baxalta predicted this week

    Shire has been on the acquisition trail since a $55bn takeover by AbbVie was abandoned in 2014, agreeing a $65bn deal to buy Dyax in November 2015 - adding experimental hereditary angioedema

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    These are: Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases (PID – causes severe infections); Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP – causes of loss of limb function/disability); bleeding disorders (haemophilia and related conditions);

  • Deal Watch August 2016 Deal Watch August 2016

    151. Valeant (US). Pharming (NL). Asset acquisition North America. Ruconest (recombinant human C1 esterase inhibitor) for treatment of acute Hereditary Angioedema with sales of $25m.

  • Deal Watch February 2016 Deal Watch February 2016

    Annapurna brings a portfolio of four AAV-based gene therapy programmes at the preclinical stage for alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, hereditary angioedema, cardiomyopathy associated with Friedreich's ataxia and severe allergy.

  • Deal Watch November 2015 Deal Watch November 2015

    hereditary angioedema (HAE). ... US. Abbreviations: HAE, Hereditary angioedema. 14th December 2015.

  • Deal Watch table for November 2013 Deal Watch table for November 2013

    Viropharm / Shire. Acquisition. Orphan drugs including Cinryze for prophylactic. treatment of hereditary angioedema.

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