Arising out of Calcium’s DEI initiatives, the agency has launched the “I DON’T HAVE A BOX” campaign to drive awareness of the “race box” used in health data collection and its shortcomings in capturing true racial and ethnic diversity.
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For emerging manufacturers, listing through all the steps of a launch plan can be intimidating, so hearing that medical affairs and communications needs to be integrated from the beginning can feel like one more thing is being added to the overflowing to-do list of an understaffed team.
The biopharma world – and markets – spent Thursday evening reacting as the FDA gave the green light to only its third-ever drug for ALS, Amylyx’s AMX0035.
Intercept Pharmaceuticals Inc. said on Friday its treatment for patients with advanced liver scarring due to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) failed to meet the main goal of a late-stage study, sending its shares down as much as 21%.
As it gears up to launch several new products in the coming months, Moderna has created a new leadership role and onboarded an industry veteran, the company announced Thursday.
Two struggling Boston-based gene therapy companies – Solid Biosciences and AavantiBio – announced Friday they are merging to develop a portfolio of neuromuscular and cardiac programs, initially focusing on a lead candidate to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Amylyx Pharmaceuticals Inc. said on Friday it has set the list price of its newly approved drug to slow the progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) at about $158,000 per year in the United States.
Cholera cases have surged this year, especially in places of poverty and conflict, with outbreaks reported in 26 countries and fatality rates rising sharply, a World Health Organization official said on Friday.
Clear evidence this week that Eisai and Biogen’s drug lecanemab slows cognitive decline in early stage dementia has galvanized efforts among Alzheimer’s researchers toward a tantalizing goal – preventing dementia even before symptoms start.
Around 3.2 million people in the United States received updated COVID-19 booster shots over the past week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Thursday.