The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved G1 Therapeutics’ Cosela (trilaciclib) for injection to decrease the damage to the immune system and bone marrow from chemotherapy.

Stephen Byers, Ph.D., associate director and professor of oncology at Georgetown Lombardi, and his team published a paper in the journal Gastroenterology regarding their findings of a novel target for pancreatic cancer therapy.

Previous infection with the coronavirus may offer less protection against the new variant first identified in South Africa, although scientists hope that vaccines will still work.

French pharma giant Sanofi kicked off 2021 with a $1.4 billion cash acquisition of U.K.-based Kymab to bolster the company’s presence in immunology.

Drugmakers agreed to cut prices by around 50% on average for more than 100 medicines in order to have them included in China’s state medical insurance scheme from March, potentially heralding a massive leap in sales.

AstraZeneca and Amgen said their experimental asthma drug tezepelumab failed to meet the main goal of reducing patients’ dependence on steroids, while keeping the respiratory condition in check in a late-stage trial.

Immunai, a company comprehensively mapping the immune system, announced a collaboration with leading life science technology company 10x Genomics.

Amgen, UCB and Takeda launched a global trial to identify whether any of three different drugs can reduce the severity of Covid-19 in hospitalized patients by moderating the immune system’s response to the disease.

It took Oxford University’s brightest minds decades of work to give them the expertise to develop a Covid-19 vaccine.

A roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus includes research on whether a childhood vaccine may help prevent severe Covid-19 and whether cigarette smoke increases cell vulnerability to Covid-19.