Coronavirus-focused investors have willingly backed bona fide development and egregious publicity stunts alike.
With the buyout of Sitari Pharmaceuticals, Glaxosmithkline becomes only the second major drug maker to have an interest in coeliac disease.
The biotech financing scene in Europe continues to be dwarfed by the US, but on some measures the region is on an even footing.
Amgen’s KRAS inhibitor, Macrogenics’ breast cancer project and Roche’s entrectinib stand out as the curtain lifts on thousands of abstracts due to be presented at the…
Using EvaluatePharma data, Vantage has described how big pharma R&D spending has shifted, showed how internally discovered novel medicines account for a growing…
Over the past decade Roche and Novartis consistently spent more on R&D than other big pharma groups, while Abbvie and Astrazeneca have added to their budgets.
Pipeline projects are forecast to contribute a substantial proportion of future sales at Abbvie and Lilly, though the same cannot be said for all big drug developers.
Axovant transforms itself into a new gene therapy company with an old Oxford Biomedica product.