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Pharma Q1 Results Preview: Lilly, Biogen, Amgen, GSK & Roche

Investors await news from Lilly on whether it will use repatriated cash for M&A; from Biogen on its Spinraza and gene therapy strategies in light of Novartis' AveXis deal; and from Amgen on pipeline programs and acquisitions as major products face new competition. Immuno-oncology combination updates are anticipated from Roche, plus guidance on how GSK will cope with Advair generics, HIV competition from Gilead and the cost of new drug launches is expected.

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Shire Rejects Multiple Equity-Loaded Takeda Offers, Allergan Declines To Bid

Takeda's most recent offer for Shire had an estimated total value of $61bn, but likely included too much equity and too little cash. The companies continue negotiating as an April 25 deadline looms, while Allergan stated it won't bid for Shire.
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Mesoblast’s Late-Stage Pipeline Could Be Game Changing: Are Investors Paying Attention?

Mesenchymal cell specialist Mesoblast came back from a near-death experience in 2016 when Teva returned a key asset. But recent success in a Phase III trial in acute GVHD has brought it some attention. Now it needs to repeat the achievement in advanced heart failure and find a partner for its burgeoning pipeline.

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Pipeline Growth Dropped Sharply in 2017 But Size Tops 15K

The number of products in active development by the pharma and biotech industries has topped 15,000 for the first time but the rate of the pipeline growth has slowed to just 2.7%, the lowest for five years, shows a new analysis by Citeline.

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