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Novo Nordisk was not the first biopharmaceutical company to launch a GLP-1 therapy into the market for type 2 diabetes. In fact, Amylin Pharmaceutials’ and Eli Lilly’s Byetta (exenatide) beat Novo’s Victoza (liraglutide) to market by a full five years.
A selection of articles you might have missed from March 2021, including exclusive interviews with industry leaders and a deeper dive into drug development and R&D.
Despite the COVID-19 chaos felt by many industries in 2020, biopharma IPOs recorded a banner year – including a marked rise in the use of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), also known as blank check companies.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has seen a hectic pace of cancer deal-making, including the two largest biopharma M&A deals of the year and 24 deals with upfront value of at least $100m.
The Scrip 100 universe gathers FY 2019 financial performance data and compares the activities of the Top 100 biopharma businesses, ranked by pharma sales. Here In Vivo breaks out the Top 10 in the league table. Which big pharma holds the top spot this year?
A selection of articles you might have missed from September 2020, including exclusive interviews with industry leaders and a review of value-based contract approaches in the US.
Infographic: As the novel coronavirus continues to cause disruption and leave casualties across the globe, In Vivo has taken a look at the activities of the life sciences sector in response. Here is a breakdown of biopharma and medtech research actions against COVID-19.
See how much the CEOs and R&D heads of the world’s biggest pharma companies get paid, and how those companies are performing.
In this first edition of In Vivo's ‘Rising Leaders’ list, the focus is on entrepreneurs and innovators who represent the next wave of creativity in health care.
Biopharmaceutical companies doubled-down on rare disease treatments during the last five years, thanks to a potent combination of scientific discovery and appealing business incentives.
The biopharma sector is often accused of a being a slow-moving engine, but a look back over the last 20 years reveals that a lot has changed. In Vivo explores the history of high-impact M&A transactions in the industry between 1999 and 2019.
The best-seller rankings today are testament to the great success of antibody drug technology developed at the end of the last century, and contrast with the dominance of primary care small molecule drugs that powered big pharma in previous decades. But where did these drugs come from – and where are they going?
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