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Biocon and partner Mylan have withdrawn the European application for their biosimilar trastuzumab and pegfilgrastim in the backdrop of compliance blips at Biocon’s Indian site, raising critical questions on how soon things can be set right in an increasingly competitive scenario.
Amid all the heat around the patents for Acorda Therapeutics’ multiple sclerosis therapy Ampyra (dalfampridine) in the US, Sun Pharma appears to have received a key approval for its generic version of the product in India setting the stage for a potential launch in the country.
Company says that while FDA has focused on expediting approval of third and fourth generics, it has not done so for first generics and complex products.
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Kite Pharma claims it has filed the first EU application to market a CAR T-cell therapy, and says that being on the European Medicines Agency’s PRIME scheme was helpful when it came to getting answers to the questions it had on the application.
Imfinzi becomes first cancer immunotherapy designated a breakthrough therapy for non-metastatic non-small cell lung cancer patients who have not progressed after platinum-based chemoradiation therapy, just days after announcing a missed primary endpoint in the first-line MYSTIC trial in metastatic NSCLC.
Brain tumors now equal lymphoma as the most common type of cancers being targeted by oncology products on the European Medicines Agency’s priority medicines (PRIME) scheme for getting medicines for unmet medical needs to patents faster.
Commercial Capsules: Q2 Reporters, Mitsubishi Buy, Celltrion IPO, Renflexis Launch, Keytruda Fail, Ironwood and Vertex Trial Results
Q2 reporting is on a roll as GSK unveils a major shake-up under new CEO Walmsley; the prospect of a simplified route to approval may have helped Neuroderm secure Mitsubishi take-out; biosimilar developments include Celltrion Healthcare's IPO and Merck & Co's launch of Renflexis in the US; clinical trial updates were reported for Keytruda, Ironwood's GERD candidate and Vertex's next generation of cystic fibrosis candidates. Commercial Capsules rounds up key commercial news reported recently by sister publication Scrip.
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