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

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

Another R&D flop for Incyte, but Jakafi keeps delivering. Jakafi achieved overall response rate of 55% on organ transplant patients who developed GVHD. ... JAK1/JAK2 inhibitor Jakafi – given in combination with corticosteroids – achieved an overall

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  • Health on instalment Health on instalment

    Distasteful but…. In addition to pay-for-performance, other possible funding strategies under consideration include mandatory price limits; re-insurance (currently used for expensive transplant operations); risk pooling; and lease-like

  • Can value-based healthcare take off and reach for the skies? Can value-based healthcare take off and reach for the skies?

    way under the cost-effective price and significantly lower than the current standard of allogenic stem cell transplant that costs $500, 000-800, 000 in the first year with follow-up

  • Cell and gene therapies: on course for commercial success? Cell and gene therapies: on course for commercial success?

    Many cell therapies require additional, costly procedures for administration such as an allogeneic stem cell transplant as well as adjuvant therapies. ... Many transplant centres in England, and in other countries, are funded with a single, fixed payment

  • 2016: The year when deal-makers took stock? 2016: The year when deal-makers took stock?

    NASH and biosimilars. One therapeutic indication that could be seen to be gaining much attention was NASH, which is the fastest growing cause of liver cancer and liver transplant in the

  • Deal Watch November 2016 Deal Watch November 2016

    By destroying B cells, rituximab is used to treat diseases characterised by excessive numbers of B cells, overactive B cells or dysfunctional B cells including many lymphomas, leukaemias, transplant rejection and

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