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Switzerland’s GeNeuro will study whether its monoclonal antibody temelimab can prevent long-COVID, after data for the first time linked activation of human endogenous retroviruses (HERVs) to the condition and its associated neurological symptoms.
Investors during Roche’s first-quarter update 21 April will be looking for guidance on the strong growth of biosimilar competition to its cancer mainstays and how this may be offset by the group’s pipeline.
Russian sovereign wealth fund and Sputnik V vaccine producer RDIF has teamed up with the country’s biggest bank to fund ‘home-grown’ tech and science-intensive start-ups.
AstraZeneca's partner FibroGen stunned investors and regulators by announcing that previously disclosed cardiovascular safety data for CKD candidate roxadustat included changes made post hoc, rather than as pre-specified with the US FDA.
Q2 promises to be ‘transformational’ for AbiVax, propelled by key readouts for investigational anti-inflammatory, ABX464, and cancer agent, ABX196, but more funds will be needed by year end.
Helsinn’s strategic collaboration with BridgeBio Pharma to co-develop and commercialise candidate FGFR1-3 inhibitor infigratinib in oncology will give the Swiss family-owned company its first targeted cancer therapeutic for the US market, its CEO tells Scrip.