Mar 13 Notizia

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Anthera’s Sollpura flops after phase 3  

Anthera cut free it’s flopped late-arrange Lilly castoff Sollpura (liprotamase), and now looks for those feared “key choices”. Sollpura was out-licensed by Lilly in 2014, and the written work had all the attributes of its failure, back in December 2016 when it posted the information from its stage 3 Solution test for cystic fibrosis patients which revealed enzyme deficiency that obstructs digestion.

Sanofi finally gave up on Alnylam’s rare genetic disease drug

Sanofi has walked out of Alnylam’s primary hyperoxaluria type 1 (PH1) drug Lumasiran, a rare genetic disease drug after assessing the phase 1/2 data Alnylam presented late last year. This has given Alnylam control of a phase 3-ready rare disease drug with an FDA breakthrough therapy designation. Sanofi Genzyme was granted the option to pick up rights outside of North America and Western Europe in 2014.

Australian scientist predicting immuno-oncology accomplishment in lung cancer

Scientists in Australia have predicted that about 20% of adenocarcinomas may react to immune-oncology treatments as they get marked in KEAP1/NRF2 pathway. This may lead to the treatment of lung cancer which commonly occurs in women & young people. They published their findings in the journal Cell Metabolism which says that these tumors leave in the blood which might be utilized to distinguish patients react to drugs that restrain the safe checkpoints PD-1 and CTLA-4. The marker is additionally left by adenocarcinomas with variations from the normal in another pathway called PI3K.

Bischofberger withdraws from Gilead’s R&D lead

Gilead to get John McHutchison as the new CSO this April as Norbert Bischofberger withdraws from EVP of R&D and chief scientific officer. Andrew Cheng EVP of clinical research and ops, will become Gilead’s CMO. They will be reporting to John Milligan, Gilead’s president and chief.

 

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