Gene therapy is an experimental technique that introduces functional genes into a patient’s body to counteract or replace defective ones, thereby curing disease without using pharmaceuticals, radio...
Amgen Reports Promising Mid-stage Results for its Olpasiran Candidate Amgen has reported encouraging mid-stage results for its olpasiran candidate for lowering lipoprotein(a) - a risk factor for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease - and now plans to move forward with a phase III program as soon as possi...Find More
Hemophilia A treatment scenario before the launch of HEMLIBRA Despite the ups and downs throughout history, the management of hemophilia A patients substantially improved over the past 40 years. The groundbreaking discovery of cryoprecipitate in 1964 marked the beginning of the modern progression of hemophilia t...Find More
Actinium Announces Positive Top-line Results from Pivotal Phase III SIERRA Trial of Iomab-B Actinium Pharma is on track to submit its targeted radiotherapy for AML patients requiring a bone marrow transplant in the United States, boosted by top-line data from a pivotal trial. The SIERRA trial of Iomab-B, an anti...Find More
In the 21st century, public health has yielded major advances in understanding and managing diseases. Sometimes, early diagnosis remains crucial in managing and treating a serious condition. One such rare genetic disorder, alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (AATD), has witnessed improvements concerning awareness and co...Find More
Aktis Oncology Raises USD 84 Million To Advance Novel Targeted Alpha Radiopharmaceuticals Aktis Oncology has raised an additional USD 84 million in its Series A round, adding to the USD 72 million raised last year to help bring its radiopharmaceuticals to market. The extension to the first round included Merck's...Find More
Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Opdivo and Yervoy Combo Fails in Phase III Trial Bristol-Myers Squibb has reported that their Opdivo and Yervoy checkpoint inhibitor combo failed a phase III trial as adjuvant (post-surgery) therapy for renal cell carcinoma (RCC), the most frequent type of kidney cancer. The CheckMate -914...Find More
Wilson’s disease is a rare genetic disorder caused by mutations in the P-type ATPase gene. Wilson’s disease causes defective biliary excretion of copper, leading to its accumulation, particularly in the liver and brain. The ATP7B gene is responsible for the transportation of copper from the liver to the intestine t...Find More
Collagen Matrix received FDA 510(k) approval for Fibrillar Collagen Wound Dressing On June 29, 2022, Collagen Matrix, Inc., a leader in regenerative medicine, a global manufacturer of collagen and other biomaterial-based medical devices, and Linden Capital Partners portfolio company announced FDA 510(k) Clearan...Find More
CRISPR technology or CRISPR/Cas9 technology is a genome-editing tool derived from the bacterial defense system against viruses and plasmids. The system comprises the Cas9 nuclease enzyme to create site-directed dsDNA (double-stranded DNA) break and a guide RNA, which is a predesigned 20 bp long RNA sequence within ...Find More
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