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Positive Phase II data for Aptinyx’s novel NMDA receptor modulator are strong enough to take the product into a pivotal study in this difficult-to-treat area.
Orchard Therapeutics is on the cusp of the first approval for its ex vivo gene therapy, Libmeldy, for metachromatic leukodystrophy.
Gilead/Kite’s second CAR-T product is given the go-ahead for approval by the CHMP for mantle cell lymphoma.
A Phase III trial of Swedish Orphan Biovitrum’s Doptelet in solid tumor cancer patients with chemotherapy-induced thrombocytopenia has failed. The setback could affect the firm’s growth expectations.
Walmsley has been awarded a damehood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Meanwhile, Synairgen co-founder Holgate is to become a Sir.
The end of the year should see a flurry of new products reaching the market to break new commercial ground or shake up their respective therapeutic areas. Here, Scrip takes a look at 12 of the more interesting approvals expected in the coming months, with the help of analysts at Biomedtracker.