Sanofi is interested in Recludix Pharma’s approach to treating inflammation with an oral small molecule that targets a protein thought to be undruggable. If it works, the drug could have safety and dosing advantages over currently available biologic drugs, including blockbuster Sanofi drug Dupixent.
The restructuring of cardiovascular drugmaker Amarin means the layoff of about 30% of staff. Sales of Vascepa, the company’s only commercialized product, have suffered as generic versions gain traction in the market.
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Novartis’s acquisition of DTx Pharma brings a lead program for a rare disease with no FDA-approved therapies. But the deal could also help the pharma giant bring new RNA therapies to new places in the body, a top Novartis executive explained.
Pfizer and Flagship Pioneering are partnering in a drug research alliance leveraging the capabilities of the more than 40 biotech startups in the venture capital firm’s portfolio. The new partners aim to develop drugs for unmet needs, including those in broad patient populations.
AstraZeneca and Sanofi drug Beyfortus is now FDA approved for preventing respiratory problems from RSV infection in infants and toddlers. Antibody engineering enables the drug to last longer in the body, providing protective effects for potentially the entire RSV season.
Alzheimer’s disease patients in the earliest stages of their disease benefited the most from Eli Lilly drug donanemab, which is expected to receive an FDA decision by the end of 2023. Full results from the drug’s pivotal study were presented during the during the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference.
Tenpoint Therapeutics’ name refers to the time it takes for an image to hit the retina and be processed by the brain. The regenerative medicine startup is developing cell therapies it hopes restore that vision capability for patients with degenerative eye disorders.
Inflammation and immunology biotech Apogee Therapeutics and Sagimet Biosciences, a company developing a drug for the fatty liver disease NASH, are the latest biotech companies to join the public markets. Both companies upsized their IPOs, raising cash for clinical trials.
FDA approval of Opill makes it the first oral contraceptive that may be used without a prescription. Clinicians say over-the-counter availability will lower barriers to access to a key component of reproductive healthcare.
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Nvidia’s investment isn’t just working capital for Recursion Pharmaceuticals’ technology-driven drug discovery research. Recursion says it will get more computing power as well as the possibility of joining forces with Nvidia in research.
Illumina must pay a €432 million fine for closing its Grail acquisition before the European Commission finished its inquiry into the tie-up. The penalty is the maximum amount the regulator can impose on a company for breaching European merger rules.
Novartis and BeiGene ended their partnership on a cancer immunotherapy for a target called TIGIT. Though BeiGene describes the termination as mutual, it comes before Novartis would need to pump more money into the alliance even as questions linger about TIGIT as a cancer target.
Better Therapeutics prescription digital therapeutic, AspyreRx, received De Novo FDA authorization for type 2 diabetes. The mobile app digitizes and personalizes cognitive behavioral therapy.
Septerna Therapeutics’ Series B financing will support plans to reach the clinic with a pill for a rare disease whose only approved therapy is a Takeda Pharmaceutical drug that’s leaving the market. Potential rival therapies are all injectables.
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