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US green light for AZ’ Lokelma

US regulators have finally issued a green light for AstraZeneca’s Lokelma as a treatment for hyperkalaemia - elevated potassium levels in the blood - in adult patients.

21st May 2018

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Data show ‘enduring’ benefits of GSK’s Nucala

GlaxoSmithKline has released long-term data showing that its biologic Nucala significantly decreased exacerbations in patients with severe, eosinophilic asthma as well as improvement in disease control.

21st May 2018

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EMA confirms risks of MS drug Zinbryta

The European Medicines Agency has concluded that the risks linked with use of Biogen and AbbVie's multiple sclerosis drug Zinbryta outweigh its benefits.

21st May 2018

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Generic competition hits AZ’ first-quarter sales

AstraZeneca’s first-quarter performance has taken a hit from generic competition to Crestor, but the firm says the results are no surprise and that it will swing back into the black this year.

18th May 2018

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NEJM publishes second successful Epidiolex trial in LGS

The New England Journal of Medicine has published the second of two late stage studies showing that GW Pharma’s cannabinoid Epidiolex cut seizures in patients with the rare childhood epilepsy Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome.

17th May 2018

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Dupixent trial hits targets in adolescent atopic dermatitis

A late-stage study of Sanofi and Regeneron’s Dupixent in adolescents with atopic dermatitis has met its key targets, paving the way for a regulatory submission for drug targeting this younger patient group in the third quarter.

17th May 2018

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