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Daily Brief: setback for Akcea/Ionis, Urovant adds gene therapy, Metrion gains funding

Daily Brief: setback for Akcea/Ionis, Urovant adds gene therapy, Metrion gains funding

Urovant Sciences has licensed a novel gene therapy for patients with overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms who have failed oral pharmacologic therapy. ... There are no currently available FDA-approved gene therapy treatments for overactive bladder.

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  • Astellas: Ten years young Astellas: Ten years young

    In Europe we have been launching a product almost every single year,” notes Ken, pointing to products such as the overactive bladder (OAB) drug Betmiga (mirabegron) - the first of a new

  • Allergan and taking a specialised approach Allergan and taking a specialised approach

    In addition to migraine and adult spasticity, its approved indications include overactive bladder, muscle stiffness in elbow, wrist and fingers, muscle problems in the eye, crow's feet lines and severe

  • Interview: Kay Drake and Naoki Okamura, Astellas Interview: Kay Drake and Naoki Okamura, Astellas

    For example, we are a GCL in urology; we have Vesicare, which has 40 per cent market share in the overactive bladder (OAB) market. ... From an OAB perspective, we support the Bladder and Bowel Foundation here in the UK, which provides a patient advice

  • Interview: Ken Jones, Astellas Pharma Europe Interview: Ken Jones, Astellas Pharma Europe

    Urology is a key strategic area for Astellas and we have a strong pipeline in this therapy area; we are currently getting prepared with Mirabegron, a drug to treat overactive bladder,

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  • emotive boosts health economics and outcomes research team

    His MSc project involved performing a health economic evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of different overactive bladder treatments available in the UK. ... The appointment of Trishal, with his specific expertise in visual science and overactive bladder

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