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Recon: Drugmakers ignore Trump on promised price cuts

Posted 05 July 2018 | By Ana Mulero 

Recon: Drugmakers ignore Trump on promised price cuts

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In Focus: US
  • Drugmakers ignore Trump on promised price cuts (Politico)
  • More than $100 Billion Spent on M&A in the First 6 Months of 2018 (BioSpace)
  • GSK director sued over US opioid epidemic (Financial Times)
  • Drugmakers try evasion, tougher negotiations to fight new U.S. insurer tactic (Reuters)
  • Mercy partners with Johnson & Johnson to evaluate medical device safety (St. Louis Business Journal-$) (Fierce)
In Focus: International Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
  • Zynerba Scraps Development of THC Prodrug ZYN001 after Failed Trial (GEN) (Endpoints)
  • Regeneron's CEO has been outspoken about drug price hikes, but one of his company’s drugs just got more expensive (Business Insider)
  • After a decade working for pharma, AHIP CEO Matt Eyles pegs drug pricing as his top priority (Fierce)
  • Jefferies says Gilead is poised for turnaround—and JAK inhibitor could be key (Fierce)
  • Non-opioid painkillers: agony column (Financial Times)
  • Review article: Chimeric Antigen Receptor Therapy (NEJM)
  • Biopharma has a new big idea for making cancer immunotherapy work better (STAT-$)
  • The biotech scorecard for the third quarter: 12 make-or-break industry events to watch (STAT-$)
  • Pharma is Exploring How to Maximize ICH Q12 Value in Practice; Q12 EWG Encourages Feedback (IPQ)
  • Augmented Engagement: The Future of Pharma And Health Care Marketing (Forbes)
  • Allergan Beats Challenge Over Company Stock in 401(k) Plan (Bloomberg)
  • an new data aggregators shift the balance of power away from pharma? (PMLiVE)
  • Fagron Sterile Services Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Neostigmine Methylsulfate 1mg/mL, 5mg per 5mL and Neostigmine Methylsulfate 1mg/mL, 3mg per 3mL, in a 5mL syringe Due to Mislabeling (FDA)
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology: Study Results, Filings and Designations
  • Data show Imnovid-based triple therapy PFS benefit in blood cancer (PharmaTimes)
  • FDA-Mandated Trials: No Excess Risk With LABA Combo in Asthma (Medscape)
  • Nobel prize winning technology reveals common herpes virus structure (MRC)
  • New England Journal of Medicine Publishes Results from Pivotal Study of TEGSEDI (inotersen) for the Treatment of Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis (Press)
  • Kalytera Announces Pre-IND Meeting Date with FDA (Press)
Medical Devices
  • AHA, other groups call for medical device security government guidance, financial support (Healthcare IT News)
  • Natera Opens New Front in Prenatal Test Battle With Illumina (Bloomberg)
  • FDA pledges 'efficient regulation' of mobile health apps (Healthcare Dive)
  • Boston Scientific Can't Toss 800 Pelvic Mesh Suits (Law360-$)
US: Assorted & Government
  • Roe v. Wade vs. Stem Cell Study? (Bloomberg)
  • IPO Releases List of Top 300 Patent Holders for 2017 (Patent Law Weblog)
  • Americans broadly favor government funding for medical and science research (Pew Research)
  • CVS Health CEO 'surprised' by Azar's comments on drug prices (The Hill)
  • It’s time for methadone to be prescribed as part of primary care (STAT)
  • Amazon's PillPack Deal Adds Drama To Rite Aid-Albertsons Vote (Forbes)
  • The Trump administration could make fee-based doctors more affordable for seniors  (CNBC)
  • How FDA’s recall system fails consumers (Politico)
  • FDA Renews Cautions Against Consumption of Kratom Following Conclusion of Salmonella Investigation (The National Law Review)
Upcoming Meetings & Events Europe
  • Food Additives and Drugs Change Antibiotic Effectiveness (GEN)
  • Recall – SAM XT Extremity Tourniquet (MHRA)
  • Microbiome startup Nextbiotix raises €7M to tackle inflammatory bowel diseases (Fierce)
  • UK’s genome sequencing project will hit 100,000 by year-end (PharmaTimes)
  • MSD’s antiviral Prevymis fails to win NICE backing (PharmaTimes)
  • Forendo joins race to develop endometriosis drugs (pharmaphorum)
  • Review finds medical benefits of cannabis-based drugs (pharmaphorum)
  • Clovis Oncology Receives EMA Validation for its Application for a New Indication for Rubraca (rucaparib) as Maintenance Treatment for Women with Recurrent Ovarian Cancer (Press)
Asia
  • Another IPO frenzy? Two US biotechs head to Hong Kong for a public market debut (Endpoints)
  • CRISPR-Induced Mutations Give Wing to a Butterfly Effect (GEN)
  • Cellect, denovoMATRIX start stem cell research project (Fierce)
  • China's Sinovac raises $87 million and aborts plan to go private (The Pharma Letter)
  • Boehringer steps up contract manufacturing at China facility (The Pharma Letter)
  • SNUBH, Sanofi inks deal to cooperate on clinical development (Korea Biomedical Review)
  • SMC, Intel to create AI-based medical research infrastructure (Korea Biomedical Review)
  • New South Korean Guidelines for Medical Device Cybersecurity Management (Emergo Group)
  • Philips powers first tele-intensive care eICU program in Japan (Press)
  • Outcome documents of the Science Board (PMDA)
  • ICH Assembly in Kobe, Japan, 2 to 7 June 2018 (Swissmedic)
  • Xu Jinghe,Deputy Commissioner of CNDA,attends the China US Conference on the Development and Evaluation of Oncology Drugs (CFDA)
India
  • Pharma companies throng Gujarat to set up new units (Times of India)
  • Central aid package to help medical device parks set up common facilities; Rs.100 crore budgeted for 2018-20 (Pharmabiz)
  • CDSCO sets up panel to weigh ‘trace and track’ mechanism for top 300 drug brands, report expected in 4 months (Pharmabiz)
  • Modi Rushes to Insure Half a Billion Indians Before Election (Bloomberg)
Australia
  • Anavex sets up trial of ‘triple-action’ Alzheimer’s drug (PMLiVE)
Canada General Health & Other Interesting Articles
  • Maintaining healthy vision may help keep brain in shape, too (Reuters)
  • Carrot, a Silicon Valley startup, takes a novel approach to funding IVF (The Economist)
  • What Happens When You See The Same Doctor? Link With Lower Death Rates (Forbes)
  • Alfred Alberts, Unsung Father of a Cholesterol Drug, Dies at 87 (NYT)
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