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Several crucial trial readouts in diabetes and obesity will come this year and next, and the stakes are high.
The Swiss pharma sees the acquisition as the ‘backbone’ for its future cardiometabolic portfolio, which could include a combination with a muscle-building therapy.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: CAR-Ts and malignancies; comeback for GSK’s Blenrep?; Novartis’s pipeline cull; FGF21 analogs in NASH; and a call to action from the Scrip Awards Lifetime Achievement winner.
Twice-daily danuglipron reduced weight in a Phase IIb trial but with a poor side-effect profile and high discontinuation rates. Pfizer is working on a once-daily formulation it hopes will offer better tolerability.
Forbion’s Sander Slootweg looks back over the company’s most successful year so far, and looks ahead at likely market and therapy area trends for 2024.
Obesity drug pemvidutide looks better at nearly a year than it did at six months, but still lags rivals Wegovy and Zepbound.
Akero hopes to begin Phase III study of efruxifermin this year, with 89bio working to enter Phase III with pegozafermin in 2024. But just behind them, Boston Pharmaceuticals thinks it has a convenience and immunogenicity edge.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: Bayer’s Phase III failure; US group seeks Japan changes; AstraZeneca winning AKT race for now; NASH developments at AASLD; and the Q3 impact of China’s corruption campaign.
AstraZeneca is the latest GLP-1 agonist aspirant after Novo’s and Lilly’s recent earnings season successes. Already, a segmentation of potential patients and frantic competition among new GLP-1 agonists and drug combinations are emerging.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: AstraZeneca CEO on obesity and more; biotech’s rollercoaster ride set to continue; new Wegovy data; Novo’s plans for semaglutide in NASH; and Zepbound set to become biggest drug ever?
Inventiva’s pan-PPAR agonist and Terns’ combination strategy are targeting the NASH treatment paradigm after expected approval of Madrigal’s resmetirom. Viking is hoping to prove a better THRβ drug profile than Madrigal.
Humira currently holds the record as the bestselling drug ever. But Keytruda is coming for its crown – and beyond that, Zepbound.
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