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Novel therapeutic strategies for Parkinson’s disease have brought a renewed sense of optimism to those researching this neurodegenerative disorder. Numerous treatment avenues are being explored, including small molecules, gene therapy, cell therapy and medical devices to stimulate nerves deep in the brain. Digital also gets a look-in, being useful for analyzing gait and other symptoms, and addressing both mental and physical issues.
CAR-T therapies from Janssen, Celgene and others will get a lot of attention at the annual hematology meeting, including candidates with novel constructs and targets.
The latest batch of product approvals in Japan positions Astellas’s roxadustat as the pioneer in the country’s potentially large HIF-PH inhibitor market in anemia, while Takeda and Meiji Seika see other important approvals and the first biosimilar teriparatide receives a nod.
Liposomal chemotherapy drug Onivyde achieved a 44% response rate in second-line small cell lung cancer patients, providing preliminary validation of its ability to improve outcomes in the hard-to-treat disease.
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