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Pharma ‘Making Progress’ On Medicines Access, But Gaps Remain

A new report says that the 20 major companies in the Access to Medicines Index have made progress in areas like inclusive business models, R&D prioritization and equitable pricing, but not enough is being done to develop new medicines for less profitable diseases or to support flexibilities such as compulsory licensing.
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AZ, Takeda, Novartis Praised For Medicines Access Work But More Is Needed

The 20 major companies in the Access to Medicines Index have made progress in areas like inclusive business models, R&D prioritization and equitable pricing, but not enough is being done to develop new medicines for less profitable diseases or to support flexibilities such as compulsory licensing, says a new report from the Access to Medicine Foundation.

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Basilea-Pfizer’s Cresemba Heads For Indian Debut

Basilea’s Cresemba appears on course to a debut in India and partner Pfizer expects the novel antifungal to bolster its existing portfolio in the segment. Pricing of the product will be keenly watched.

Policy & Regulation India

What Late-Breakers To Look Out For At ASCO 2019

Delegates at this year’s ASCO meeting in Chicago will hear late-breaking clinical data for a number of studies from AstraZeneca, Novartis, Pfizer, Astellas, Merck & Co and Seattle Genetics which are set to shake up their respective markets. There will also be more clarity on where Lilly’s Lartruvo went so wrong.

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