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Hazards Ahead For New Drugs At US FDA Amid Safety Concerns, Shutdown Disruption

The pipeline for new drug candidates remains healthy as 2019 begins, with almost 40 novel agents already under FDA review. But the chances of another record-breaking year are threatened by a confluence of safety issues that are putting risk management back in the spotlight – and by the widening ripple effects of the recent US government shutdown.

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Appointments: Astellas, BIO, Hikma, Eton, Akili and Oxford BioDynamics

This week's roundup includes CEO appointments by Eton Pharmaceuticals, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization and Hikma, in addition to various other high-level appointments by Astellas, Akili Interactive Labs and Oxford BioDynamics.

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The Frost Factor: An M&A Leader's Standout Strategy For Opko Health

With CEO leadership in the biopharma industry more short-cycled than ever, billionaire entrepreneur Phillip Frost ranks as a competitor for the long game – the last man standing in an endurance test spanning four decades of exposure to every iteration of a fast-changing business model. Frost’s strategy at Opko eschews the approach of most of his CEO peers to seek therapeutic dominance in a narrow band of core competencies.

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Distortion And Inflation In Measuring Pharma M&A

Five companies in big pharma’s top 20 have come through mergers in the past 10 years or so that changed them significantly. As measured by standard financial performance parameters, the processes at Takeda and Teva (and to some extent, at Allergan) seem relatively smooth and productive. Those at Pfizer and Merck don’t. But it depends on how you look at the numbers.

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