Ozempic, Novo Nordisk

For Novo Nordisk, Ozempic is the game changer that has propelled the company to new heights, but mastering the supplies of its semaglutide drugs, especially Wegovy, is the current challenge.

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Pharma companies are striving to convey the true impact of diseases on patients while continuing to empower them.

Pharma sustainability

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to recede, the top pharma companies intensified their focus into areas such as cancer and metabolic diseases to build up their pipelines, and their growth prospects, for the future.

Humira, AbbVie

With Humira finally losing exclusivity and market share, a new generation of autoimmune drugs is entering the spotlight at AbbVie.

Amgen, R&D

With the settlement of a big acquisition behind them and a strong portfolio of therapeutics that continues to expand, hopes for smooth sailing are on the horizon.

Farxiga, AstraZeneca

For AstraZeneca, the approval of Enhertu last year marked one of the high points in the company’s scientific program.

Jardiance, Boehringer Ingelheim

Boehringer Ingelheim is concentrating on expanding its pipeline beyond Jardiance and other key products.

Eliquis, Bristol Myers Squibb

Retiring BMS CEO Giovanni Caforio is handing off a company orders of magnitude different than it was at the beginning of his tenure.

Veklury, Gilead Sciences

While the company is no longer enjoying the benefit of enormous sales for its COVID treatment Veklury, Gilead is still doing very nicely, thank you very much.

Arexvy, GSK

Last year GSK made a strategic move to focus solely on biopharma, and it is already realizing the benefits of a more targeted business.