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AstraZeneca Quietly Kills Some Programs

AstraZeneca canceled its combination of PD-L1 durvalumab and CTLA-4 medication tremelimumab in pancreatic ductal carcinoma.

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Repatha successful in heart problems study

Amgen Inc. said its potent cholesterol fighter Repatha significantly reduced the risk of heart attacks, strokes and death in patients with heart disease.

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Eli Lilly Ends Another Solanezumab Phase 3 Study

Lilly has closed off another avenue for solanezumab, its once-promising experimental therapy for Alzheimer’s disease, after scrapping another Phase III study.

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Lundbeck bets on shark antibodies for new brain drugs

Danish drugmaker Lundbeck is betting that shark antibodies may offer a new way of getting drugs into the brain to fight Alzheimer’s and other diseases, after successful early research with privately owned U.S. biotech firm Ossianix.

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Possible liver injury added to Biogen MS drug label

The prescribing label for Biogen’s big-selling oral multiple sclerosis drug Tecfidera has been updated to include a warning of potential liver injury.

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Greenphire, Exostar Announce Partnership

Greenphire and Exostar announced a partnership that facilitates the adoption, accessibility and use of clinical research site payment solutions.

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Natural Compound Found in Herbs, Vegetables Could Improve Treatment of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer in Women

University of Missouri researchers have found that luteolin, a natural compound found in herbs such as thyme and parsley, and vegetables such as celery and broccoli, could reduce the risk of developing metastasis originating from triple-negative breast cancer in women.

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Bristol will not seek faster lung cancer approval

Bristol-Myers Squibb will not to seek accelerated U.S. approval for a combination of its two immunotherapy drugs as an initial treatment for lung cancer.

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Alcobra to stop testing sole drug for ADHD

Alcobra Ltd. said it would abandon evaluating its only experimental drug to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) after a failed late-stage study.

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Stimulant boosts function in patients recovering from depression

People recovering from depression but struggling with its effect on memory, concentration and cognitive function may benefit from the stimulant modafinil, according to results of a small study.

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Biogen: New Spinraza Data Worth Price Tag

Biogen’s staggering price tag for the spinal muscular atrophy drug Spinraza is likely to further ignite the controversies of drug pricing.

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Merck pulls ahead in lung cancer drug combo race

Merck & Co. has pulled ahead of rivals in the race to combine immunotherapy with other drugs as a treatment for lung cancer,.

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Robert Kennedy Jr. to head vaccine safety review

Vaccination skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said he would chair a presidential panel to review vaccine safety and science at U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s request.

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Ear infection drug succeeds in late-stage trial

Drug developer Otonomy Inc. said its drug to treat acute otitis externa (AOE), an infection in the outer ear canal, met the main goal in a late-stage trial.

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Inotek’s glaucoma treatment fails late-stage study

Inotek Pharmaceuticals Corp. said its experimental glaucoma treatment failed a late-stage study, citing a stronger-than-expected placebo effect.

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New drug approvals fall to six-year low in 2016

2016 turned out to be a disappointing one for new drug approvals with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearing just 22 new medicines for sale, the lowest number since 2010 and sharply down on 2015’s tally of 45.

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Growth hormone deficiency drug fails study

OPKO Health Inc. said its experimental drug for GHD in adults failed to provide a statistically significant benefit over a placebo in a late-stage study.

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Top Harvard Scientist Retracts Diabetes Breakthrough Paper

A Harvard professor has retracted research that was once considered a breakthrough in diabetes research.

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Anthera’s cystic fibrosis drug fails late-stage study, shares tank

Anthera Pharmaceuticals Inc. said its drug to treat certain cystic fibrosis patients failed a late-stage study, sending the company’s shares tumbling nearly 70 percent in after-hours trading.

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Some Seattle Genetics drug trials placed on hold

Seattle Genetics said four people died in trials testing its experimental cancer drug, prompting the U.S. FDA to impose a clinical hold on several early-stage studies.

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