Following a disappointing review of interim data from a clinical study of GS-5745, an investigational anti-MMP9 antibody, Gilead said the company will halt the trial.

AbbVie’s biologic therapy Humira for autoimmune diseases was the worldwide prescription-drug sales leader in 2015 for the fourth consecutive calendar term.

Takeda will refocus R&D on three targeted therapeutic areas – oncology, gastroenterology and CNS. Vaccines will also continue to play an important role.

While Seres has seen explosive headcount growth over the past year, the company is planning for more. Seres is expanding its physical footprint in Cambridge and hiring more staff.

January 28, 2016 By Mark Terry, BioSpace.com Breaking News Staff   Cambridge, Mass.-based Biogen Inc. (BIIB) announced its 2015 financial and fourth-quarter reporting yesterday, citing $10.8 billion in annual revenues, […]

With the 2015 record-breaking biopharma merger-and-acquisition period about to come to an end, analysts are tuning their crystal balls to 2016. So far this year—not quite done yet—there has been […]

AstraZeneca enters into agreement with Perrigo for rights to Entocort in the US Divestment  further sharpens focus on three main therapy areas Agreement follows ex-US divestment of Entocort in July […]

Johnson & Johnson’s Stelara was significantly better than placebo at inducing clinical response and remissions in patients with moderate to severe Crohn’s disease, according to data from a late stage […]

A new electronic drug capsule engineered to deliver medications directly to the colon could potentially offer a more effective and cheaper option for treating people with gastrointestinal conditions, according to […]

LONDON (Reuters) – Cut-price versions of expensive biotech drugs are gaining ground in Europe, following surprisingly steep price discounts offered on the first copy of a complex antibody medicine for […]