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Mandy Jackson

Mandy Jackson is the US West Coast Editor for Scrip Intelligence. Mandy reports on daily biopharma news and regularly interviews everyone from big pharma CEOs to biotech startup founders about the business strategy behind their finance, dealmaking and drug development news. She also has an interest in drug pricing and novel reimbursement strategies, new treatments in areas of true unmet need, and business development trends. Mandy has been a business news reporter for more than 15 years, covering biotech and pharma companies, biotech law and commercial real estate. She is based in San Diego, California – the venue for many medical and biopharma industry meetings.
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Payers Must Brace For Coming Wave Of Cell And Gene Therapies

One regenerative medicine for an ultra-rare disease may have a small impact, but payers will be flooded with dozens of new cell and gene therapies over the next few years. Enzyvant, Novartis and Spark share how they are positioning their complex products.
Gene Therapy Reimbursement

Pfizer's Abrocitinib Looks Competitive In Atopic Dermatitis

The first detailed Phase III results for the company's next-generation oral JAK inhibitor abrocitinib appear to show efficacy on par or better than data from Sanofi/Regeneron's Dupixent and may give Lilly's Olumiant a run for its money in AD.

Clinical Trials Research and Development Strategies

Finance Watch: BioNTech, Vir Launch IPOs But Take US Offerings To Market At A Discount

BioNTech's $150m offering, after a prior large venture capital financing, gives it the third-largest market cap for a newly public drug developer in the US. Also, Innovent raises $300m in Hong Kong offering, Heron leads US follow-ons and Five Prime restructures to save $20m annually.
Financing StartUps and SMEs

Finance Watch: 3Q Biopharma Venture Capital Financings Fell From 2Q Spike

VC deals totaled $8.3bn in the first half of 2019, but the year's total rose to just $11.5bn at the end of September, reflecting only a $3.2bn third quarter gain. Among recent financings, Cygnal emerged from stealth mode with $65m invested to date.

Financing StartUps and SMEs

Progress Being Made With Cell And Gene Therapy Market Access, But Challenges Remain

Drug developers and payers are coming together long before product approvals to work out payment options for high-cost, high-impact cell and gene therapies, but challenges like portability of commercially insured patients and Medicaid best price requirements remain.

Reimbursement Market Access

IPO Update: 35 Biopharmas Provide -6.1% Average Return; New Offerings Feel Stock Market Impact

Only 16 drug developers that went public in the US during the first three quarters are trading in positive territory. While the IPO queue keeps growing, ADC Therapeutics and Monopar cite "market conditions" as they postpone their offerings.

Financing Business Strategies
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