Johnson & Johnson said the company’s new nasal spray depression treatment Spravato will be priced at $590 for a 56-milligram dose and $885 for an 84-milligram dosage.
CVS Health Corp. – a top U.S. manager of pharmacy benefits – added new migraine drugs from Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and Eli Lilly and Co. to the PBM’s list of covered drugs, excluding a rival treatment from Amgen Inc.
Pfizer is ending five preclinical programs in the biosimilar area and cutting 150 positions in Lake Forest, Illinois and in Chennai, India.
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Seattle-based Impel NeuroPharma closed on a Series D financing totaling $67.5 million, co-led by KKR and Northwest Venture Partners.
Mental health disorders are on the rise in every country in the world and could cost the global economy up to $16 trillion between 2010 and 2030 if a collective failure to respond is not addressed, according to an expert report.
Frustrated by delays in new medicines reaching their own country, a small but growing number of patients are turning to an online broker that bills itself as a legal version of the Dallas Buyers Club.
Incidence of Alzheimer’s disease is projected to double in the next 40 years unless a cure or preventive measures are found.
A European Medicines Agency panel recommended the approval of U.S. pharmaceutical group Eli Lilly’s migraine treatment, bringing the drug one step closer to being sold in the European Union.
Amgen unveiled data at a multiple myeloma conference for AMG-420, which targets B-cell maturation antigen (BCMA).