In recent months, the biotech and biopharma industries have been struggling with layoffs and dropping stocks. However, some companies are still experiencing success. Sanofi, AstraZeneca, Avillion and Diadem recently announced positive clinical results, providing positive news for patients with multiple myeloma, asthma and Alzheimer’s disease.
Elizabeth Holmes is facing decades in prison after a jury found the founder and former chief executive officer of the blood-testing company Theranos guilty of four fraud charges.
After seven days on the witness stand, Elizabeth Holmes – the former chief executive officer of Theranos – finished testifying in her defense against charges of massive fraud.
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes denied making misleading statements about the blood-testing startup during cross-examination on December 7, as her testimony in defense against fraud charges neared its end.
One week after a retired Pfizer scientist testified that Theranos inappropriately used the pharma giant’s company logo in marketing materials sent to Walgreens, suggesting its participation in research, a second researcher from a different company made a similar claim.
As the fraud trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes headlines the pharma legal news, other court-related cases are taking place, including a ruling in the legal spat between Takeda and AbbVie over a supply agreement for the prostate cancer drug Lupron.
Britain’s state-run National Health Service will on Sept. 13 begin the world’s biggest trial of Grail Inc.’s flagship Galleri blood test that can be used to detect more than 50 types of cancer before symptoms appear.
After a year-long delay due to Covid-19, Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes headed to court on Sept. 8 to face multiple criminal fraud charges that could land the former billionaire in prison for more than a decade.
Roche is partnering with Moderna to include a Covid-19 antibody test in the mRNA specialist’s ongoing vaccine trials, the Swiss drugmaker said, potentially demonstrating if the vaccine is working.
A recent study completed by the University of Chicago School of Medicine suggests a key player should be added to protective measures to stay safe and healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic: Vitamin D.