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.
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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Sept. 24 backed a booster shot of the Pfizer and BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine for Americans aged 65 and older, adults with underlying medical conditions and adults in high-risk working and institutional settings.
Booster shots to bolster immunity against the coronavirus would be free and accessible, U.S. President Joe Biden said on Friday, one day after federal health agencies backed a booster rollout.
Sinovac’s Covid-19 vaccine is highly effective against serious illness, although rival shots from Pfizer/BioNTech and AstraZeneca showed better protection rates, a large real world study from Malaysia showed.
CanSino Biologics Inc.’s single-dose Covid-19 vaccine – given at a lower dosage than that for adults – is safe and triggers an immune response in children aged 6-17, results from a small trial showed.
A World Health Organization (WHO) panel on Sept. 24 recommended the use of Regeneron and Roche’s Covid-19 antibody cocktail for patients at high risk of hospitalizations and those severely ill with no natural antibodies.
Cassava Sciences announced top-line results Sept. 22 from a 12-month interim analysis of the company’s Alzheimer’s drug candidate simufilam.
Med Ad News spoke with Mike Myers (managing director and partner of CrowdPharm and managing director and founder of Cross & Wild) and Steve Bernstein (CEO of Bernstein-Rein Advertising and CrowdPharm partner) about the combination of CrowdPharm and Cross & Wild, what makes CrowdPharm different from other agencies, and how they plan to expand the business in the future.
Incyte announced Sept. 22 that the Food and Drug Administration approved the company’s Jakafi (ruxolitinib) to treat chronic graft-versus-host disease, one day after the U.S. regulator gave the green light to the cream Opzelura (ruxolinitib) for the short-term and non-continuous chronic treatment of mild-to-moderate atopic dermatitis.
U.K.-based Monument Therapeutics hopes to overcome limitations of treatments for schizophrenia drugs with a study of the company’s proprietary non-invasive biomarker for cognitive impairment.