In a Phase III trial, Novartis’ investigational checkpoint inhibitor tislelizumab improved overall survival in patients with oesophageal squamous cell carcinoma.
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BioVersys will receive €20 million in funding to support its development of new treatments for antimicrobial resistant infections.
The vaccine was able to target the desired immune cells and could become the first stage of a multi-step vaccine strategy to combat HIV and various other viral diseases.
Trial finds neither azithromycin nor doxycycline meaningfully improve recovery times or reduce risk of hospitalisation in non-hospitalised COVID-19 patients.
A novel algorithm shows that there is a robust network for transferring plasmids between bacteria which may be causing the rapid spread of antibiotic resistance.
A new report has predicted that the global antibiotics market will grow at a CAGR of four percent from 2020-2027.
Analysing the components of gentamicin, researchers have developed a new formulation for the antibiotic that does not cause deafness.
Ibezapolstat cured all 10 patients of their Clostridioides difficile infections and prevented recurrence for at least 30 days.
A clinical trial has shown that antibiotics administered orally are just as effective at killing Pseudomonas aeruginosa in cystic fibrosis patients as intravenous antibiotics.
Sandoz plans to invest €150 million and the Austrian government €50 million into integrated antibiotic manufacturing operations at Kundl.
Data released from the Phase I/II trial of the ChAdOx1 COVID-19 vaccine candidate suggests it elicits an immune response with no adverse effects.
The portfolio will be offered to low- and lower-middle-income countries to help financially strained healthcare systems care for COVID-19 patients.
The fund has already raised $1 billion to support clinical research of novel antibiotics and intends to bring up to four new antibiotics to market by 2030.
The NHS is offering two contracts to pay pharma companies at the start of their research into antibiotics, to promote the development of new antimicrobials.
Following a record level of data collated by WHO, the organisation has emphasised that new antibiotics need to be developed to tackle the rise of global antimicrobial resistance.