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Takeda Showcase Phase III Results for Soticlestat; Imfinzi and Chemotherapy Combination Gains US Approval; Nipocalimab Shows Notable Efficacy in Phase II Study; Bristol Myers Squibb’s Augtyro FDA Approval; AstraZeneca’s Farxiga FDA Approval

Takeda Reveals Phase III Results for Soticlestat (TAK-935) in Dravet and Lennox-Gastaut Syndromes Takeda revealed topline results from its SKYLINE and SKYWAY studies. SKYLINE (TAK-935-3001) was a multicenter, randomized, double-blind Phase III trial assessing soticlestat (TAK-935) plus standard care against plac...

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VistaGen’s PH94B for Anxiety Disorder; Keytruda for Head and Neck Cancer Treatment; Bavarian Nordic’s Smallpox Vaccine Imvanex; CAMP4 Raises USD 100 Million; Incyte’s WU-CART-007; Incyte’s Opzelura for Vitiligo; AstraZeneca and Merck’s Lynparza; Sumitomo Pharma’s DSP-0390 for Brain Cancer

FDA Approves Incyte’s Opzelura as First Vitiligo Therapy The US Food and Drug Administration has approved Incyte’s Opzelura cream 1.5% for the topical treatment of non-segmental vitiligo in adult and paediatric patients 12 years of age and older. With this approval, Opzelura is the first and only FDA-approved...

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Dravet Syndrome Market | Dravet Syndrome Pipeline
The Rarity Of Dravet Syndrome: Challenges, and Treatments

As per DelveInsight, the Dravet syndrome market size was estimated to be USD 79.1 Million in 2017, which is expected to increase at a significant CAGR during the study period (2017–2030) owing to rich Dravet syndrome pipeline, increasing incidence, and heightened R&D. Dravet Syndrome, earlier known as sever...

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Remdesivir accelerates for COVID-19 recovery; Merck pact with Almac; Pfizer, BioNTech finish dosing in; Taysha Gene Therapies for trials

Remdesivir of Gilead accelerates COVID-19 recovery Gilead Sciences' Remdesivir shows the first data from a placebo-controlled study. Remdesivir decreases recovery time for hospitalized COVID-19 patients by four days or 31% as published in a National Institutes of Health-sponsored study setting the drug against p...

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Marijuana as a treatment approach

Cannabis sativa or Cannabis indica is commonly known as Medical marijuana or cannabis (cannabinoids) are prescribed by physicians to their patients, to treat diseases, conditions or to relieve pain or symptoms. As per the National Institute of Health, Marijuana or cannabis is used for the treatment of ailments for ...

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MEDICAL MARIJUANA
What can be the scope of Medical Marijuana?

What exactly is Marijuana? In a layman language, Marijuana is the dried buds and leaves of a plant Cannabis sativa favored in warm, wild tropical climates. Earning names like pot, ganja, weed, hemp, hash, etc. it contains around 104 active cannabinoids (CBD). What they do is, they mimic the signal producing che...

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The Snippet: The Success of Cannabidiol

GW Pharmaceuticals, a UK based company, believes in growing its own cannabis plants, search for its ingredients and then come up with medicines that help the company in taking one more step towards approval of Epidiolex, as seen in the announcement of positive phase 3 trial results earlier this week. The drug is fo...

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