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Orphan drugs dominate UK Prix Galien shortlist, medtech debuts

Orphan drugs dominate UK Prix Galien shortlist, medtech debuts

Seven companies have been shortlisted for the Orphan Product Award; Amicus (Galafold), Biogen (Spinraza), Biomarin (Brineura), Eusa (Qarziba), Intercept (Ocaliva), Kyowa Kirin (Crysvita) and Shire (Revestive).

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  • Intercept hit hard as FDA issues Ocaliva safety notice Intercept hit hard as FDA issues Ocaliva safety notice

    Intercept claimed an accelerated FDA approval for Ocaliva in May 2016 and followed that with an EMA green light in December. ... Intercept can muster approvals in additional indications such as non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) for which it is in

  • BMS claims a win in mid-stage NASH trial BMS claims a win in mid-stage NASH trial

    elafibranor and Intercept's Ocaliva (obeticholic acid), which is already on the market for another indication (primary biliary cholangitis).

  • Intercept gets EU nod for rare liver disease therapy Intercept gets EU nod for rare liver disease therapy

    Intercept gets EU nod for rare liver disease therapy. Ocaliva approved as a combination treatment for primary biliary cholangitis. ... Intercept Pharma now has approval for its Ocaliva drug for primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) therapy Ocaliva on both

  • Gilead chalks up trial success for new NASH drug Gilead chalks up trial success for new NASH drug

    The company is vying with rivals such as Allergan and Intercept Pharmaceuticals in its pursuit of the NASH market. ... Allergan has been building a pipeline of candidates through a series of bolt-on acquisitions including Akarna Therapeutics and Tobira

  • CHMP backs Intercept's rare liver disease drug CHMP backs Intercept's rare liver disease drug

    CHMP backs Intercept's rare liver disease drug. Ocaliva on track for EU approval as analysts predict blockbuster sales. ... While PBC is a small indication, Intercept is also developing Ocaliva for non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) or fatty liver

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  • Deal Watch June 2016 Deal Watch June 2016

    In Europe Cerus expects to apply for a CE Mark for the Intercept RBC System in the second half of 2016. ... collaboration, licence. 200. Cerus/ BARDA. Intercept, pathogen reduction technology for blood transfusions including Zika virus.

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