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AbbVie exits Voyager alliance for Alzheimer’s/Parkinson’s gene therapies

AbbVie exits Voyager alliance for Alzheimer’s/Parkinson’s gene therapies

AbbVie has decided to exit its existing partnership with Voyager Therapeutics for the development of gene therapies for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. ... This included handing back the rights to a number of candidates, including a potential

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  • Bluebird: on a mission to ‘recode’ the DNA of healthcare Bluebird: on a mission to ‘recode’ the DNA of healthcare

    to learn from its own mistakes with therapies for Huntington’s disease and also haemophilia. ... Increasingly factored into this equation is competition from companies following Bluebird into beta thalassemia and sickle cell disease.

  • Brain power: fresh approaches to Alzheimer’s drug discovery Brain power: fresh approaches to Alzheimer’s drug discovery

    Two further candidates, AL003 for Alzheimer’s disease and AL004 for multiple degenerative disorders, are also set to enter clinical trials this year. ... Diseases include Alzheimer’s, dementia with Lewy bodies, frontotemporal dementia, as well as

  • Deal Watch October 2018

    Collaboration for. development. $760m. Enterome/. Takeda. EB8018 for Crohn’s disease and other gastrointestinal. ... Roche has an existing agreement with Ionis for IONIS‐HTTRx, an antisense drug for Huntington’s Disease, and the new deal is to

  • The European Medicines Agency: PRIME’d for access? The European Medicines Agency: PRIME’d for access?

    RG6042 (formerly named IONIS-HTTRx) is in development for Huntington’s disease. ... It’s hoped it could be a big step in treatment for the genetically-inherited and rare wasting disease.

  • Deal Watch May 2016 Deal Watch May 2016

    Teva's drug SD 809 for the treatment of Huntington's disease was part of the acquisition of Auspex at a cost of $3.5bn. ... disease late last year, Bayer announced another gene editing pact this month with ERS Genomics.

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  • uniQure appoints chief executive officer uniQure appoints chief executive officer

    This is an exciting time for uniQure, and I am fully committed to the company's success and the execution of our core strategic goals. ... for congestive heart failure and Huntington's disease into the clinic.”.

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  • Use of biomarkers in marketing

    pathway.  . When we think of biomarkers, we usually imagine the detection of genetic disorders such as Huntington’s disease and Alzheimer’s; these are prognosis biomarkers. ... A crowded market of biologics treating a chronic disease with very

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