Azurity Pharmaceuticals

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CutisPharma, Inc., based in Wilmington, MA, is a privately held, specialty pharmaceutical company focusing on the development and commercialization of value-added proprietary drug products and technologies in the prescription compounding sector of the pharmaceutical industry. Product line and development efforts initially are focused on providing optimized, more efficient alternatives for the preparation of the nearly 10 million currently compounded prescriptions, by offering FIRST® Unit-of-Use Prescription Compounding Kits. Use of these branded compounding kits will be beneficial to all triad participants, namely physicians, pharmacists, and patients. Three U.S. patents have been issued to the Company with several additional patents pending.

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AZURITY PHARMACEUTICALS TO ACQUIRE AND MERGE WITH ARBOR PHARMACEUTICALS

Azurity Pharmaceuticals, Inc. | August 24, 2021

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Azurity Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Arbor Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced they have entered into a definitive agreement in which Azurity will be acquiring Arbor from existing investors including JW Asset Management and KKR. Following the completion of the transaction, which is subject to regulatory approvals, Azurity and Arbor will merge, creating a leading company offering innovative, high-value products to meet the unique needs of patients with underserved conditions. Financial details of ...

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Pharmacy Business | January 14, 2020

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The government on Monday announced a collaboration with Novartis to launch a clinical trial for ‘yet to be approved’ drug inclisiran. The drug could benefit thousands of patients at risk of heart disease in coming years. The ground-breaking collaboration includes Novartis, NHS England and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and Oxford University. The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) expects this to position the UK as a world-leading destination to develop cut...

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Public News Service | January 14, 2020

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The skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs has become a bipartisan issue among voters, and Utahns overwhelmingly back a plan to help diabetics overcome the cost of life-saving insulin. A new poll from UtahPolicy.com Y-2 Analytics finds 4 out of 5 registered voters would support legislation to cap out-of-pocket costs for insulin. The idea mirrors a bill passed in Colorado in 2019 to limit a patient's out-of-pocket costs for insulin, a hormone critical to diabetics for controlling their blood...

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pharma news | January 14, 2020

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Roche missed out on acquiring next-generation sequencing (NGS) specialist Illumina via a hostile takeover a few years back, but has compensated for that with a 15-year alliance focusing on cancer genomics. The new deal comes after Illumina called off a $1.2 billion merger agreement with another NGS player – Pacific Biosciences or PacBio – after concluding it would be unlikely to make it past antitrust regulators in the US and UK. Illumina is thought to have around 80% of the DNA sequ...

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AZURITY PHARMACEUTICALS TO ACQUIRE AND MERGE WITH ARBOR PHARMACEUTICALS

Azurity Pharmaceuticals, Inc. | August 24, 2021

Azurity Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Arbor Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced they have entered into a definitive agreement in which Azurity will be acquiring Arbor from existing investors including JW Asset Management and KKR. Following the completion of the transaction, which is subject to regulatory approvals, Azurity and Arbor will merge, creating a leading company offering innovative, high-value products to meet the unique needs of patients with underserved conditions. Financial details of ...

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GROUND-BREAKING COLLABORATION TO OFFER NEW HEART DISEASE DRUG TO NHS PATIENTS

Pharmacy Business | January 14, 2020

The government on Monday announced a collaboration with Novartis to launch a clinical trial for ‘yet to be approved’ drug inclisiran. The drug could benefit thousands of patients at risk of heart disease in coming years. The ground-breaking collaboration includes Novartis, NHS England and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and Oxford University. The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) expects this to position the UK as a world-leading destination to develop cut...

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POLL: UTAH VOTERS BACK CAP ON CO-PAYS FOR INSULIN PRESCRIPTIONS

Public News Service | January 14, 2020

The skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs has become a bipartisan issue among voters, and Utahns overwhelmingly back a plan to help diabetics overcome the cost of life-saving insulin. A new poll from UtahPolicy.com Y-2 Analytics finds 4 out of 5 registered voters would support legislation to cap out-of-pocket costs for insulin. The idea mirrors a bill passed in Colorado in 2019 to limit a patient's out-of-pocket costs for insulin, a hormone critical to diabetics for controlling their blood...

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pharma news | January 14, 2020

Roche missed out on acquiring next-generation sequencing (NGS) specialist Illumina via a hostile takeover a few years back, but has compensated for that with a 15-year alliance focusing on cancer genomics. The new deal comes after Illumina called off a $1.2 billion merger agreement with another NGS player – Pacific Biosciences or PacBio – after concluding it would be unlikely to make it past antitrust regulators in the US and UK. Illumina is thought to have around 80% of the DNA sequ...

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