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Novartis files MS drug siponimod in EU and US

Novartis is seeking approval on both sides of the Atlantic for use of experimental multiple sclerosis therapy siponimod to treat secondary progressive forms of the disease.

9th October 2018

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Mixed data for Xencor’s SLE drug

Xencor’s experimental systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) drug XmAb5871 has failed to hit its key target in a mid-stage study.

9th October 2018

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Four new therapies to be funded by NHS Scotland

The Scottish Medicines Consortium has endorsed NHS funding for four therapies, offering new treatment options for acute myeloid leukaemia, Still’s disease, adrenal insufficiency and psoriatic arthritis.

9th October 2018

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US nod for Akcea/Ionis’ Tegsedi

Akcea and Ionis’ Tegsedi has won US approval for patients with hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis (hATTR), a rare disease causing build up of amyloid in the peripheral nervous system and multiple organs.

8th October 2018

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Demonstrate your skills and expertise

The highly anticipated Medical & Scientific Excellence Awards close for entry in just a few weeks (31 October). This is your chance to stand out against the competition, enter now to get the recognition you deserve.

5th October 2018

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PRIME status for Orchard’s gene therapy

The European Medicines Agency has granted Orchard Therapeutics’ experimental gene therapy OTL-300 PRIME designation as a potential treatment for the most severe form of beta-thalassemia.

5th October 2018

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