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Recon: Mylan Braces for FDA to Reject its Advair Copy for the Second Time

Posted 14 June 2018 | By Ana Mulero 

Recon: Mylan Braces for FDA to Reject its Advair Copy for the Second Time

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In Focus: US
  • Madrigal Pharma Is Exploring Sale After Receiving Takeover Interest (Bloomberg)
  • Mylan preps for rejection of Advair copy (BioPharma Dive) (Reuters) (Endpoints)
  • ViiV’s two-drug HIV regimen hits PhIII targets (PharmaTimes) (Endpoints) (Reuters)
  • FDA Approves Avastin for Advanced Ovarian Cancer (PMLiVE) (PBR)
  • Massachusetts Sues OxyContin Maker Purdue, Names Executives in Filing (Fortune) (NPR)
  • Kentucky sues Walgreens, says it has role in opioid epidemic (Reuters)
  • The University of California will finally be granted a key CRISPR patent (STAT-$)
In Focus: International
  • On a roll, Sage grabs a $575M deal on limited Asian rights to SAGE-217 — a potential gamechanger in depression (Endpoints) (GEN) (The Pharma Letter-$)
  • GSK's two-drug HIV treatment meets main goal in late stage studies (Reuters) (Financial Times)
  • Study confirms higher risk of dengue in kids who got Sanofi vaccine (Reuters) (STAT)
  • Recipharm to buy Sanofi inhalation contract business and plant in U.K. for $60M (Fierce) (PBR)
  • UK, Germany back routine use of J&J’s Tremfya (PMLiVE) (PharmaTimes)
  • Manufacturers want 50% cap in trade margins for Medical devices (BioSpectrum) (Business Line)
  • Hong Kong market could open cash flood gates for U.S. biotechs (Reuters)
  • GDPR can be a really good thing for international healthcare (Healthcare IT News)
  • China's NHC Releases Guidelines For Updating Rare Disease List (BioCentury)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
  • Allergan appoints former Abbott executive to its board (Reuters)
  • Can Sanofi compete in lung cancer? With I-O med cemiplumab, it’s aiming for third (Fierce)
  • Drug companies are indeed looking at ‘substantial’ price cuts, HHS Secretary Azar tells lawmakers (Fierce)
  • Alta raises $130M for its new biotech VC fund, missing its $200M goal (Fierce)
  • Biosimilars could still pack revenue-busting punch, analyst suggests (BioPharma Dive)
  • Big pharma shows no signs of 'massive' drug price cuts (BioPharma Dive)
  • Current efforts to fight sepsis aren’t working. We need a bolder approach (STAT)
  • Is it time to target autophagy to treat disease? (STAT-$)
  • Blame the ozanimod fiasco on the Receptos team? Just wait a sec, says ex-CEO, who sold the company to Celgene for $7.2B (Endpoints)
  • Common Drugs May Be Contributing to Depression (NYT)
  • Is ASCO Sending Mixed Messages On Value? (Forbes)
  • Sanofi, Genentech and Celgene Lead the Way in Reputation Institute’s 2018 US Pharma RepTrak, The Largest Study on Reputation of Pharmaceutical Brands in the US (Press)
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology: Study Results, Filings and Designations
  • Lilly's lupus treatment succeeds in mid-stage trial (Reuters)
  • Argenx boosts pipeline with new version of lead drug (Fierce)
  • Nightstar’s drug for rare vision loss admitted to FDA’s gene therapy speedway (Endpoints)
  • Amid tough competition, Novartis makes case for rheumatology drug Cosentyx (pharmaphorum)
  • Albireo gets FDA rare pediatric disease designation for rare liver disease treatment A4250 (PBR)
  • FDA to review Sunovion’s apomorphine sublingual film for Parkinson’s disease (DDBN)
  • U.S. FDA Approves Moxidectin For The Treatment Of River Blindness (Press) (FDA)
  • FDA Approves Merck’s KEYTRUDA (pembrolizumab) for Treatment of Refractory or Relapsed Primary Mediastinal Large B-Cell Lymphoma (PMBCL) (Press)
  • Genentech Announces New OCREVUS (Ocrelizumab) Data on Long-Term Disability Benefits in Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and Initiation of Two Global Studies in Progressive MS  (Press)
  • XARELTO (rivaroxaban) Associated with Significantly Reduced Time in Hospital and Decreased Costs Compared to Standard of Care in New Study of Patients with Low-Risk Pulmonary Embolism (PE) (Press)
  • Motif Bio Submits NDA for Iclaprim (Press)
  • Alexion Announces Selection of Positive Phase 3 Clinical Data for ALXN1210 in Patients with Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) for Late-Breaking Oral Presentation at Annual Conference of the European Hematology Association (EHA) (Press)
  • Certara Supports the Not-for-profit Biotechnology Company Medicines Development for Global Health (MDGH) on the FDA New Drug Approval of Moxidectin for the Treatment of River Blindness (Onchocerciasis), a Neglected Tropical Disease (Press)
Medical Devices
  • New research shows up to 1,000 patients harmed by medical device breaches (Fierce)
  • US FDA Recognizes ISO 18562 Biocompatibility Standard for Medical Devices (Emergo Group)
  • Experimental blood tests predict week of pregnancy and preterm birth risk (Reuters)
  • Engineering Implantable, Laboratory-Grown Organs To Cure Disease (Forbes)
  • Wright Medical wins FDA PMA for Augment injectable bone graft (MassDevice)
  • Intuitive Surgical pays $43m to settle class actions (MassDevice)
  • Early Dementia Detected in Hypertensive Patients Using MRI (GEN)
  • J&J Gets $70M Punitives Slashed In Surgical Stapler Case (Law360-$)
  • LivaNova Receives FDA Clearance and Completes First Implant for its MEMO 4D Semi-rigid Mitral Annuloplasty Ring (Press)
  • Cutting-edge Alinity ci-series diagnostics system comes to the U.S. (Press)
  • Medical Devices; Gastroenterology-Urology Devices; Classification of the Fluid Jet System for Prostate Tissue Removal (FDA)
  • InstruSafe by Summit Medical Launches New Trays for da Vinci SP Surgical System Instrumentation (Press)
  • Venus Medtech Enters North American Market (Press)
  • Optovue Announces Expanded FDA Clearance of Epithelial Thickness Mapping (Press)
US: Assorted & Government
  • Fighting back against the opioid crisis (The Hill)
  • The most important opioid bills in the House (Axios)
  • Frank Pallone: GOP push of opioid bills ‘total hypocrisy’ (Washington Examiner)
  • NIH-supported researchers find link between allergen in red meat and heart disease (NIH)
  • Birth control and beer kegs: How Trump’s tariffs will hit Middle America (Politico)
  • Google is hiring people to work on improving visits to the doctor's office with voice and touch technology (CNBC)
  • IBM Has Invented a Machine-Learning Device To Help You Stay Fit During Long Meetings. It Wants a Patent. (Fortune)
  • A bill would preserve the status quo of a contentious drug discount program for hospitals (STAT-$)
  • More Good News For CVS-Aetna With AMA Quiet On Deal (Forbes)
  • A New Congressional Proposal For A Medicare Long-Term Care Insurance Benefit (Forbes)
  • Gottlieb hungry for progress on three fronts (The Pharma Letter-$)
  • New Jersey dangles tax savings in front of Teva in bid to bag US HQ as revamp costs 200-plus jobs (Endpoints)
  • US Doesn't Owe ACA Money To Insurers, Fed. Circ. Rules (Law360-$)
  • If Big Health Deals Are a Go, Why Not Anthem-Humana? (Bloomberg)
  • The Eleventh Circuit Avoids Opining on the FTC’s Authority to Police Negligent Data Security Practices in Healthcare (FDA Law Blog)
  • Medicare Program; Meeting of the Medicare Evidence Development and Coverage Advisory Committee—August 22, 2018 (CMS)
Upcoming Meetings & Events Europe
  • Canakinumab reduces gout rate by more than half (European Pharmaceutical Review)
  • Samsung Bioepis to promote rheumatism treatments in Europe (Korea Biomedical Review)
  • Information Commissioner urges NHS Trusts to prioritise privacy (pharmaphorum)
  • Immigration cap on doctors and nurses to be lifted to relieve NHS (The Guardian)
  • Number kept waiting too long for NHS treatment tops 500,000 (The Guardian)
  • NHS 'will need to build 80 more hospitals without fundamental reforms' (The Telegraph)
  • Steroid use for ideal body a 'time bomb' for Welsh NHS (BBC News)
  • Testicular Cancer Mapped Genomically and Epigenomically (GEN)
  • Wales backs NHS use of Actelion’s Uptravi for PAH (PharmaTimes)
  • Mental health spend must double to raise treatment levels, finds report (PharmaTimes)
  • European Patent Office validates Diffusion Pharma's oral formulations of TSC (Pharmabiz)
  • New Medical Device Regulation – an obstacle to progress (MedTech Views)
  • IT systems unavailable from 15 to 18 June 2018: EMA website and online applications will be temporarily unavailable (EMA)
  • New centres to speed up patient diagnosis: apply for funding (Innovate UK)
  • Medicines: new manufacturing and wholesale dealer licences (MHRA)
  • Register of brokers authorised to deal in human medicines (MHRA)
  • Medicines: terminated and cancelled manufacturing and wholesale dealer licences (MHRA)
  • amg International GmbH Receives European CE Mark Approval for ARCHIMEDES Biodegradable Biliary and Pancreatic Stent (Press)
  • Tilak Announces CE Marking for Odysight, Its First Mobile Medical Game in Ophthalmology (Press)
Asia
  • Ascletis' Ganovo gets CFDA approval for treatment of viral hepatitis C (PBR)
  • Regulatory Changes for Medical Devices in Singapore (Lexology-$)
  • Pharnext Announces PXT3003 was Granted Priority Review by the China Food and Drug Administration (Press)
  • Aptose Enters Into License Agreement With CrystalGenomics to Acquire CG-806 Rights in China (Press)
India
  • India's Fortis Healthcare pulls out of amalgamation scheme with Fortis Malar, SRL (Reuters)
  • Alembic Pharma spurts after USFDA nod for Doxycycline Hyclate capsules (Business Standard)
  • Maha FDA seizes fake ayurvedic drug cos having mfg base in Uttarakhand, Punjab, J&K, Raj, MP, Guj and Maharashtra (Pharmabiz)
  • Pharma in better health, these five stocks may be a good bet (Economic Times)
Australia
  • Push to get health services out of hospitals, into the home (The Australian)
  • ACSS public statement, 27-28 October 2017 (TGA)
Canada
  • From EpiPens to antibiotics, report finds Canada's drug shortages could be getting worse (CBC News)
  • First-line lung cancer approval for Roche drug in Canada (The Pharma Letter-$)
  • Health Care Has Its Own Barriers Preventing Women From Reaching The Top (HuffPost)
  • List of Drugs for an Urgent Public Health Need (Health Canada)
  • Canada's scientists can pitch projects that bridge artificial intelligence, health research (Press)
General Health & Other Interesting Articles
  • Kids in U.S. "hotspots" most vulnerable to vaccine-preventable disease, research finds (CBS)
  • Listen: How can we make best use of health data? (Financial Times)
  • How Cognitive Behavior Therapy May Help Suicidal People (NYT)
  • DNA Detectives Are Searching for Killers in Your Family Tree (Bloomberg)
  • Do we keep waiting for the next pandemic or try to prevent it? (STAT)
  • Scientists At WFIRM Have Successfully Developed A 3-D Brain Organoid (Forbes)
  • Exosomes Shown to Be Involved in Spread of Amyloid Beta in Alzheimer’s (GEN)

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