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Another R&D flop for Incyte, but Jakafi keeps delivering

Another R&D flop for Incyte, but Jakafi keeps delivering

Jakafi is marketed by Incyte in the US and by Novartis (as Jakavi) in other markets, for polycythemia vera and myelofibrosis.

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  • Back to the future Back to the future

    The successes of Gilenya, Afinitor/Votubia, Galvus, Tasigna and Jakavi - as well as its generics arm, Sandoz - mean that Novartis is now less than $500m behind Pfizer in second place.

  • Pharma deals during April 2014 Pharma deals during April 2014

    Jakavi (rare bone marrow disorder); Signifor (Cushing's disease) plus 16 products in 24 pivotal trials. .

  • NICE and ‘ultra orphans’ NICE and ‘ultra orphans’

    Jakavi, in common with most orphan drugs, was assessed under NICE's existing arrangements, though also in common with rare disease treatments such as Roche's MabThera and Celgene's Revlimid, ... Indeed, producing its final guidance on Jakavi in June,

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