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AZ, Amgen file first-in-class asthma drug with the FDA

AZ, Amgen file first-in-class asthma drug with the FDA

AstraZeneca (AZ) and Amgen have submitted a biologic license application (BLA) for their first-in-class asthma drug tezepelumab to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). ... In September 2018, tezepelumab scored a breakthrough therapy designation (BTD

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  • GSK forges ahead with its dynamic COPD and asthma portfolio GSK forges ahead with its dynamic COPD and asthma portfolio

    You would imagine coronavirus would be one of those threats.”. GSK is trialling its biologic anti IL-5 drug mepolizumab, licensed for severe asthma, in eosinophilic COPD with a new phase ... The company is also forging ahead with biologics research in

  • The long and winding road to asthma breakthroughs The long and winding road to asthma breakthroughs

    This was the turning point for the development programme.”. The late nights interrogating the science and unpicking data sets prompted the switch from a drug for the broad asthma community to ... a therapy targeted at a subtype representing around 10%

  • Cancer immunotherapy: What's on the horizon? Cancer immunotherapy: What's on the horizon?

    Researchers are now trying to identify biomarker-based subgroups and drug combinations to try to improve therapeutic outcomes for patients. ... up innate immune responses, and Cancer Research UK is repurposing an AZ chemokine CCR4 receptor drug (AZD2098)

  • US health reforms US health reforms

    In fact, it’s safe to say most C-suite drug executives would hardly shed a tear upon news of Obamacare’s swift demise. ... To cite just one example, patients with financial need get an 85% discount on the popular asthma drug Advair, and that’s by

  • Building BRICs: pharma's key emerging markets are becoming giants Building BRICs: pharma's key emerging markets are becoming giants

    In April 2013, Novartis was denied patent protection for its cancer drug, Glivec, by the Indian Supreme Court. ... This follows similar patent defeats in India for Pegasys, Roche's hepatitis drug, Merck's asthma treatment, Singulair, Gilead's Viread (HIV)

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  • Enterprise Therapeutics appoints CEO Enterprise Therapeutics appoints CEO

    He joins the drug discovery firm from Xention Discovery, where he had served as chief scientific officer since co-founding the company in 2002. ... Discovery. Dr Peter Finan, chairman of Enterprise Therapeutics, said: “John's experience in ion channels,

  • Former RBS head takes the reins as GSK chair Former RBS head takes the reins as GSK chair

    the past year, and to develop new products in order to offset the decline of its best-selling asthma drug, Advair, as part of his new remit.

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