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US FDA Restricts JAK Inhibitors To Second-Line In Rheumatoid Arthritis Amid CV, Cancer, Mortality Risks
Now that the analysis of Pfizer’s postmarketing trial for Xeljanz is complete, though, application reviews of other products will likely be completed. The Xelijanz study revealed elevated risk of heart-related events, cancer, blood clots and death, resulting in a class-wide indication restriction and a revised boxed warning.
There have been lots of twists and turns on the development path for Inrebic which is now the second JAK inhibitor to be approved in the EU for MF since the blockbuster Jakavi was cleared in 2012.
John Hood spent the past few years looking for a drug candidate worth forming a new company around before he zeroed in on Lilly’s taladegib as a treatment for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
Private Company Edition: Immunocore’s $130m round kicked off a series of $100m-plus venture capital deals, including financings for Xilio, Akouos and Pliant. Also, VC investment in cell and gene therapies surged in 2019 and MPM launched two funds with $126 for early cancer research.
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