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New data keeps AbbVie’s star pipeline therapies on track

New data keeps AbbVie’s star pipeline therapies on track

follow-up to its marketed JAK inhibitor Xeljanz (tofacitinib). ... And for good measure Pfizer is developing a topical formulation of Xeljanz for atopic dermatitis, an approach also taken by Torii Pharma with its phase II candidate JTE-052.

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  • Infographic: RA Perceptions

    The greatest levels of familiarity and interest were reported for novel small molecules such as Celgene’s Otezla (apremilast) and Pfizer’s Xeljanz (tofacitinib), which both offer a new oral alternative ... Of the physicians who were familiar with

  • Brand leaders in RA will lose market share, predict rheumatologists

    JAK-inhibitors were the most commonly mentioned class, with Xeljanz the most frequently cited product. . ... The EMA’s refusal to grant a marketing authorisation for Xeljanz was disappointing for Pfizer, however, the drug is said to be performing in

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