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Emily Hayes

San Francisco, CA
Emily Hayes is a writer/editor with over 20 years’ experience in medical journalism, including magazines for specialist clinicians, government health publications, business newswires and pharma trade press.  Her educational background lies in journalism and political science. Emily has dual citizenship and has experience working in the UK and US. Since 2008, she has been a senior writer on staff with “The Pink Sheet,” working out of her home base in biopharma hub San Francisco. She enjoys covering drug development, with special areas of focus in cancer, particularly immunotherapy, and cardiology/metabolics. She covers major scientific meetings regularly, including the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and appreciates interactions with key opinion leaders while interpreting drug trial results. In her free time, she is a professional jazz/blues/country vocalist.
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Few Clouds On High-Priced, Ultra-Orphan Drug Horizon

With BioMarin's Brineura hitting the market with a $702,000 annual price tag, recent experience for other high-priced rare disease drugs supports the theory that payers will accept high costs for ultra-rare pediatric disease therapies.

Launches Pricing Debate

BioMarin Expects 30% Markdown For Orphan Pediatric Drug Brineura

Fast US approval of ultra-rare pediatric disease drug Brineura (cerliponase alfa), with an annual list price of $702,000, is a victory for the company, but approval for restricted pediatric population compared to Europe raised questions.

Approvals Rare Diseases

Bristol's New CSO Lynch Defends Lung Cancer Plans, Proclaims R&D Priorities

Opdivo first-quarter sales were still strong at $1.1bn, largely driven by lung cancer use and helping to drive overall performance, but potential approval of Merck's competing Keytruda with chemotherapy in first-line lung cancer is right around the corner.

ImmunoOncology Cancer

DiCE Places Bets On Tomorrow's Small Molecules

Emerging Company Profile: New technology platform aims to apply directed evolution to identify small molecule candidates, much like large molecules like monoclonal antibodies are developed, which the Calif. start-up thinks can bring oral drugs to new fields.

StartUps and SMEs Innovation

Valeant Gives Siliq Competitive Price In Crowded Psoriasis Market

The third IL-17 inhibitor on the US market will have a $3,500/month list price. But in a crowded, safety-conscious space like psoriasis, it's unclear how low the discounted price will need to go and whether competitive pricing would be enough to sway prescribers.

Pricing Strategies Inflammation

Can Cholesterol Drug Sponsors Make The Case For Statin Intolerance?

Amgen's FOURIER outcomes study of Repatha supports LDL-lowering in high risk patients, but price may have to come down dramatically to spur wide use of the PCSK9 inhibitors with the subjective condition of statin intolerance.

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