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Pharmafile: Home | February 11, 2020
The Ebola drug Remdesivir, made by Gilead Sciences, was given to an American who is 35 years old. The doctors reported that on 26 January his condition seemed to improve within a day, and by 30 January it had resolved most of the symptoms except a cough. However, Gilead feel this is not conclusive proof that it's an effective treatment. Ryan McKeel, a spokesperson for the company, said: “We do not have an appropriately robust understanding of the effect of this drug to warrant broad us...
Gannex | December 14, 2020
Gannex, an entirely claimed organization of Ascletis Pharma Inc. (HKEX:1672) and completely committed to the R&D and commercialization of new medications in the field of NASH, reported today that it got Fast Track assignment from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) drug applicant ASC42.
The U.S. FDA's Fast Track advancement program is intended to encourage the turn of events and speed up the survey of medications that ha...
LEO Pharma | September 30, 2021
LEO Pharma , a global leader in medical dermatology, and Veeva Systems announced a strategic technology partnership to enable scalable digital trials, paperless and patient-centered.
Building on its success with the Veeva Clinical Operations suite, LEO Pharma will complete its standardization on existing Veeva clinical technology, be an early adopter of future Veeva solutions, and help shape the Veeva digital trials roadmap. By adopting technology and optimized business processes,...
Open Orphan | August 10, 2020
Pharmaceutical services company Open Orphan has scored a £4.0m contract with an unnamed top-three global pharmaceutical company to be the sponsor of and provide a respiratory syncytial virus human challenge study trial. Open Orphan said the new contract represented the continued conversion of its substantial pipeline and generation of significant cash flow. The AIM-listed group added that the study would take place in subsidiary hVIVO's London-based quarantine unit and was expected to ...
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