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Market capitalisation (MCAP) for the top bio/pharma companies grew 24.9 percent in 2021, with BioNTech and Moderna entering the top 20 for the first time.
In a new survey, 35 percent of healthcare professionals believe that digital transformation would improve pre-clinical and clinical trials.
The pharma industry will need to outsource manufacturing for COVID-19 vaccine doses for booster doses and children, reports GlobalData.
The increased use of virtual components in clinical trials has led to fewer trial delays or terminations due to low participant numbers.
Gene therapies could revolutionise management of cardiovascular diseases such as heart failure, according to a GlobalData report.
The Parkinson’s disease market is set to triple in sales by 2029 driven by novel biologics and delivery systems, reports GlobalData.
Live biotherapeutic products (LBPs) are expected to help patients with IBS who currently have no US- or EMA-approved treatments.
With multiple catalysts coming up in late 2021, GlobalData reports a boom in the field of personalised neoantigen immuno-oncology therapeutics.
A GlobalData report has revealed the extent to which companies will be using AI and big data in drug discovery and development processes.
Market research suggests the new drug patent reforms in China, in addition to other regulatory changes, will incentivise innovative pharma research.
Aduhelm™ (aducanumab-avwa) is the first new treatment approved for Alzheimer’s since 2003 and the first therapy to target the fundamental pathophysiology of the disease – amyloid plaques.
The UK’s competition authority will assess whether AstraZeneca’s acquisition of Alexion will result in a “substantial lessening of competition”.
A new report suggests pharma is working hard to combat worldwide viral vectors shortage that could threaten the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Research shows the complexity and number of biologics is increasing, as is the frequency at which their active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) production is outsourced.