Two acquisitions of cell therapy companies could take them in almost opposite directions.
Antivirals, anti-interleukins and vaccines take centre stage in clinical trial efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
As a Covid-19 vaccine exclusivity and senior management storm engulfs Curevac, the German mRNA specialist insists it’s just conjecture and coincidence.
Novo Nordisk is in danger of being left behind in haemophilia, and new safety fears around its lead R&D project make this more likely. But could a setback prompt deal…
Money will of course be no object when it comes to funding development of treatments for Covid-19, but how much exactly are we talking?
Another trial seems to suggest that adding VEGF blockade to Parp inhibition does little for patients without tumour mutations.
Using drugs that can cause or exacerbate lung infections to treat the novel coronavirus – what could go wrong?
As the company prepares to host its first investor day in over a decade the focus falls on underappreciated in-house assets.
The FDA is loosening its rules on the authorisation of diagnostic tests for the new coronavirus, but it is still some way behind Europe.