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FDA green lights BMS’ Opdivo for ‘hard-to-treat’ small cell lung cancer

FDA green lights BMS’ Opdivo for ‘hard-to-treat’ small cell lung cancer

FDA green lights BMS’ Opdivo for ‘ hard-to-treat’ small cell lung cancer. ... This ‘hard-to-treat’disease accounts for up to 15% of all lung cancers, and 27, 000 cases of SCLC are expected in the US this year.

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    ALIS (Amikacin liposome inhalation suspension) is being developed as a treatment for refractory non tuberculous Mycobacterial (NTM) lung disease, a rare progressive, destructive infection caused by mycobacterium avium complex. ... However, Insmed

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    lung scarring condition for which there are no approved drugs in the US. ... It also has potential utility in treating systemic sclerosis-related Interstitial Lung Disease.

  • Interview: Allan Hillgrove, Boehringer Interview: Allan Hillgrove, Boehringer

    for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) – a rare lung disease, characterised by by the formation of scar tissue within the lungs, that has nearly as bad a prognosis as lung cancer and ... This is in addition to nintedanib's potential as an oncology

  • Denmark: rising pharma spend amid healthcare cost-containment Denmark: rising pharma spend amid healthcare cost-containment

    Although patient choice is enshrined in law, care pathways particularly for cancer and heart disease were also created to ensure consistent treatment nationwide and reduce health inequalities. ... Thus, the top three causes of death in Denmark are

  • Country report: The healthcare market in Japan Country report: The healthcare market in Japan

    3. Coronary heart disease. 4. Lung cancer. 5. Stomach cancer. 6. ... Emergency care services are inundated with patients seeking routine treatments, and chronic disease management and preventative care are not so good.

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