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Decision time for Brexit

Decision time for Brexit

Industry bodies, including the ABPI, BIA and EMIG wrote a joint letter to the health secretary Matt Hancock two weeks ago, requesting an 'urgent roundtable' on no deal medicines supply chain ... This would see the UK’s regulator the MHRA part of the

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  • Entering the era of digital trials Entering the era of digital trials

    For example, in September the European Medicines Agency provisionally ruled that more robust data is needed before the aforementioned DMD wearable is used to gather primary endpoint data.

  • Google boosts healthcare business with new hire Google boosts healthcare business with new hire

    centres and a school of medicine. ... This allows identification and characterisation of inflammatory disease mechanisms. Verily has also entered the diabetes space, teaming up Sanofi to create Onduo, a platform that combines devices, software, medicine

  • Moderna files record $500m IPO for RNA pipeline Moderna files record $500m IPO for RNA pipeline

    We believe that mRNA-based medicines have the potential to help patients in ways that could equal or exceed the impact of recombinant protein-based drugs, ”says the company in its

  • Novartis’ heart failure drug Entresto proves superior to enalapril Novartis’ heart failure drug Entresto proves superior to enalapril

    New results from PIONEER-HF, which saw Entresto outperform angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor enalapril, a commonly-used heart failure medicine. ... Other heart failure medicines, including enalapril, only block the damaging effects of the

  • MPs threaten to publish Vertex’s Orkambi price if no deal struck MPs threaten to publish Vertex’s Orkambi price if no deal struck

    However the company has rejected this offer. The company says NHS England’s demand represents an average of all of Vertex’s CF medicines, and is equivalent to a near 90% ... The company simply says that it “welcomes the Committee's interest in

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  • Nudge-nudge, think-think Nudge-nudge, think-think

    Forty-one people didn’t die because of that initiative. This translates to health behaviours too, tying medicines adherence to brushing your teeth or annual health checks to getting your MOT.

  • The handover: Pfizer reshapes itself for a new era The handover: Pfizer reshapes itself for a new era

    The new autonomous units come into effect in January 2019, and will be called Innovative Medicines, Pfizer Established Medicines and Consumer Healthcare. ... Angela Hwang had headed the previous Essential Medicines division. She commented on the off-

  • Brexit: can pharma ‘take back control’ of the narrative? Brexit: can pharma ‘take back control’ of the narrative?

    Reports of companies stockpiling medicines have become commonplace, and some businesses are also increasing their UK-based resources to deal with any changes to customs or regulatory processes. ... For example the sector has continued to see UK patients

  • Pharma: in search of the sustainable ‘win win’ with the NHS Pharma: in search of the sustainable ‘win win’ with the NHS

    Fiona Bride. “We really recognise the need to look through the lens of the NHS when trying to understand how innovative medicines can benefit patients in the UK, ”says Fiona. ... It comes back to what is our shared goal: focusing on patient outcomes

  • Alnylam’s big moment: bringing groundbreaking RNAi drugs to Europe Alnylam’s big moment: bringing groundbreaking RNAi drugs to Europe

    Theresa Heggie talks about the biotech’s 16-year path to market, and the promise of its ‘gene silencing’medicines. " /. ... Onpattro’s competition. As is so typical of today’s biopharma sector, even when companies bring highly innovative

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