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Morphosys says good L-MIND Phase II data back its plan to submit a US BLA to the US Food and Drug Administration by year-end, for a potential mid-2020 approval of tafasitamab.
Roche’s neuroscience strategy of following the science, taking on lessons from open label extensions from Phase III studies, is vital to the success of gantenerumab, the company said in an interview with Scrip.
More evidence of its strong safety profile suggests that the Belgian biotech's oral selective JAK1 inhibitor partnered with Gilead will be able to break into the crowded RA market.
Biogen and Eisai still have multiple programs testing amyloid-targeting therapies in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, but pressure for Biogen to focus its efforts elsewhere are mounting after the partners discontinued Phase III studies for aducanumab.
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