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Alaric DeArment

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Alaric has covered health care and the biopharma industry for over 12 years. He started out covering retail pharmacy for Drug Store News and shifted to writing for the pharma audience at BioPharm Insight, where highlights of his coverage included breaking stories about the early growing pains of CAR-T cell therapy development. Most recently he covered the biopharma beat at MedCity News. His professional interests include cell and gene therapies, hematology-oncology and the intersection of biopharma with artificial intelligence and machine learning. A native of Seattle, he holds a bachelor degree in journalism from Ball State University and also lived in China for three years. He is currently based in Brooklyn. Outside of work, Alaric’s interests include reading, coin collecting, travel and languages.

Latest From Alaric DeArment

Adverum Faces Rocky Road As It Switches Gears From DME To Wet AMD

Adverum said it would cease developing ADVM-022 for DME and focus on wet AMD, but the adverse events that prompted the shift could invite further scrutiny in an already competitive market.

Clinical Trials Gene Therapy

Seres Plans Deep Dive After Microbiome Drug Fails In Ulcerative Colitis Trial

The company plans an intensive review to determine the path forward for SER-287. A similar deep dive led to the successful revival of its C. difficile drug, SER-109, which it plans to submit for approval.

Clinical Trials Research and Development Strategies

Albireo Dashes Into PFIC Market As FDA, EMA Approve Bylvay

The company anticipates an addressable global market for progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis of 2,500 patients, with initial plans to focus on around 100 physicians at 60 centers.

Rare Diseases Approvals

Ardelyx’s Tenapanor Hits Another Regulatory Stumbling Block On Label, Post-Marketing Commitments

While not an outright rejection, the Deficiencies Preclude Discussion letter came as a surprise given the expectation of the drug’s approval for hyperphosphatemia in adults with chronic kidney disease on dialysis.

Drug Review Regulation

Keytruda TNBC Approval Now More Likely, But Data Is Bad News For pCR Surrogate Endpoint

Merck unveiled event-free survival results for Keytruda in triple-negative breast cancer following failure earlier this year to gain approval on a surrogate endpoint.

Drug Review Review Pathway

BioNTech Extends Global Reach, Ambition With Kite’s Neoantigen T-Cell Receptor Assets

The company has already expanded into Asia and shown early clinical data from its own cell therapy programs as it acquires Kite Pharma’s neoantigen TCR R&D program and manufacturing plant.

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