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Bristol Myers Squibb’s Opdivo shows promise as adjuvant melanoma treatment

Bristol Myers Squibb’s Opdivo shows promise as adjuvant melanoma treatment

Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) has announced positive results from a phase 3 trial evaluating Opdivo (nivolumab) as a single agent in the adjuvant setting in patients with completely resected stage ... CheckMate-76K was a randomised, double-blind study which

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  • Putting commercial intelligence at the heart of strategy Putting commercial intelligence at the heart of strategy

    Merck Sharp &Dohme (MSD), the company that markets Keytruda, and Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), the company that markets Opdivo, approached development of their respective products in this area with starkly contrasting

  • 20 for 2020 – Five pharma companies to watch 20 for 2020 – Five pharma companies to watch

    The merger was completed shortly after BMS reported the first decline in quarterly sales of its immuno-oncology blockbuster Opdivo (nivolumab) since its launch five years ago, and 2020 is viewed ... Opdivo is being squeezed out of the market by Merck &Co/

  • Encouraging signs in biomarker R&D Encouraging signs in biomarker R&D

    In June 2018, Bristol Myers-Squibb sought approval for Opdivo and low-dose Yervoy in lung cancer in patients with a TMB of greater than ten mutations per megabase. ... impact of Opdivo plus Yervoy on OS in first-line NSCLC patients’.

  • 2019: CRISPR and therapeutic gene editing comes of age 2019: CRISPR and therapeutic gene editing comes of age

    The cells were gene-edited to lack PD-1, the immune checkpoint targeted by drugs such as Merck &Co’s Keytruda (pembrolizumab) and Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Opdivo (nivolumab), and the

  • Immuno-oncology in 2019: the rapid evolution continues Immuno-oncology in 2019: the rapid evolution continues

    Opdivo will be just behind on around $6.8bn, with more rapid growth for both therapies expected this year. ... Opdivo is not a contender as a monotherapy or combination with chemo in front-line NSCLC, having failed key trials in the last few years.

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  • BMS appoints new commercial leader, Davies joins Eisai and more BMS appoints new commercial leader, Davies joins Eisai and more

    The move comes at a challenging time for BMS, as its blockbuster immunotherapy Opdivo has just been overtaken in global revenues by its arch-rival, Merck &Co's Keytruda. ... BMS looks unlikely to take the lead again, but Boerner can ensure Opdivo remains

  • BMS appoints oncology development head BMS appoints oncology development head

    On moving to the US in 2006, Dr Namouni took over responsibility for metastatic colorectal cancer treatment Erbitux (cetuximab), before serving as development lead for Opdivo (nivolumab) and Yervoy (ipilimumab).

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