Novartis has suspended production at its radioligand therapy production sites in Ivrea, Italy and Millburn, New Jersey as it addresses potential quality issues identified in its manufacturing processes.
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Novartis’ Vijoice® (alpelisib) is the first and only treatment approved for the treatment of the rare spectrum of conditions associated with PROS in certain patients.
To ensure the UK’s prominence in the cell and gene therapy arena, the CGT Catapult has published a roadmap for the research and adoption of these cutting-edge therapies.
Kisqali plus letrozole achieved a median overall survival (OS) of over five years (63.9 months), with OS benefit increasing over time, according to newly published data.
Phase II trial data suggests ensovibep (MP0420) significantly reduces SARS-CoV-2 viral load and reduces hospitalisation and death due to COVID-19.
Beovu® maintained best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA) and reduced central subfield thickness (CSFT) in diabetic macular edema patients.
Cosentyx® resulted in a 72 percent reduced flare risk for enthesitis-related arthritis and juvenile psoriatic arthritis in a Phase III study.
Amgen announces positive results from the first and only randomised, double-blind, head-to-head study comparing Aimovig® to topiramate.
The Energize programme will allow 10 big pharma companies to engage with renewable energy suppliers and address their greenhouse gas emissions.
The consortium also consists of 10 pharmaceutical companies and five organisations to accelerate gene therapies to treat rare diseases.
Alnylam joins the third Grand Challenge (GC3) consortium to help overcome barriers to the manufacture of oligonucleotides.
The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) has initiated the CVD Network to improve policies for patients.
In a study conducted in children under 12 years old, the ganaplacide/lumefantrine combination significantly reduced malaria infection.