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Rare disease drug Vimizim gets NICE 'yes' – but needs real-world data

3rd September 2015

Rare disease drug Vimizim gets NICE 'yes' – but needs real-world dataAndrew McConaghie

NICE says it can approve BioMarin's ultra-rare drug treatment Vimizim, but has proposed real-world data collection and a price cap to overcome doubts about the drug's value, reports Andrew McConaghie.The... Read more

Bayer and Alnylam drugs among highlights at ESC

2nd September 2015

Bayer and Alnylam drugs among highlights at ESCKevin Grogan

New drug candidates in heart failure and cholesterol control, plus insights into healthy lifestyle habits, are among the highlights from the London conference, writes Kevin Grogan.The almost 33,000 delegates who... Read more

Doctors are drowning in guidelines: ‘social learning’ a lifeline

2nd September 2015

Doctors are drowning in guidelines: ‘social learning’ a lifelineJames Quekett

Dr James Quekett says doctors are struggling to keep up with guidelines, and can learn from online peer conversations. Pharma can join the conversation too – but must understand the... Read more

Challenges of ageing for people with HIV

1st September 2015

Challenges of ageing for people with HIVDavid Rowlands

David Rowlands examines the complex issues faced by the growing numbers of older people living with HIV today and what services they need to help them improve their quality of... Read more

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Amgen to sell Repatha in Europe at steep discount to US

3rd September 2015

Amgen to sell Repatha in Europe at steep discount to USPhil Taylor

Amgen's cholesterol-lowering antibody Repatha is being launched in Europe at well below the new drug's cost in the US, raising the chance that American payers will seek hefty discounts on... Read more

Valeant buys stake in AZ's psoriasis antibody

2nd September 2015

Valeant buys stake in AZ's psoriasis antibodyPhil Taylor

Valeant's policy of growth by acquisition shows no signs of slowing down, with the Canadian firm agreeing a $345 million deal to buy a stake in AstraZeneca's (AZ) psoriasis candidate... Read more

BMS extends fibrosis focus with $1.25bn Promedior deal

1st September 2015

BMS extends fibrosis focus with $1.25bn Promedior dealPhil Taylor

Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) has been steadily building its position in fibrotic diseases for some time, but accelerated its efforts this week with a $1.25 billion deal giving it the right... Read more

Sanofi and Google to collaborate on diabetes

1st September 2015

Sanofi and Google to collaborate on diabetesAndrew McConaghie

A new alliance between Sanofi and Google has been launched to improve care in people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, the latest in a growing number of tie-ups... Read more

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Value model sets low price for Lilly's necitumumab

With many new cancer drugs now costing $100,000 a year or more, US researchers have developed a model that works... Read more

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World’s biggest cardiology congress comes to London

The world's biggest cardiology congress kicks off in London on Saturday, with academics, heart specialists and p... Read more

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Fragile X therapy tackles underlying mechanism

A potential therapy for rare disease Fragile X syndrome – one of the leading genetic causes of autism – is on its... Read more

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Novo Nordisk splashes out as oral semaglutide starts phase III

Novo Nordisk's semaglutide, which could be the first oral alternative to injectable GLP-1 agonists in type 2 dia... Read more

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Pharma gets social: Ten tweet chats transforming pharma digital engagement

Daniel Ghinn highlights why tweet chats are increasingly popular in the healthcare space.

The pas... Read more

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NICE says 'yes' to new anticoagulant Lixiana

Daiichi Sankyo's new anticoagulant Lixiana should be available on the NHS in England and Wales for the treatment... Read more

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