Biogen Idec has added another bow to its multiple sclerosis quiver. With the FDA's approval of Plegridy, a long-acting form of its popular Avonex, Biogen can fight for an even bigger share of the MS market.
Billing it as the most important new innovation in the interferon drug class in a decade, Biogen Idec nailed down the FDA's approval of Plegridy, a new multiple sclerosis drug that patients can easily inject themselves with once every two weeks.
Biogen Idec's multibillion-selling multiple sclerosis drug Tecfidera is grabbing market share left and right, but Denmark's Forward Pharma says it has a plan to take on the monster seller with its own product.
Denmark's Forward Pharma has a plan to contend with Biogen Idec and its multibillion-selling multiple sclerosis drug Tecfidera, eyeing $200 million in a U.S. IPO to bankroll its offensive.
Alkermes has its sights set on Biogen Idec's blockbuster multiple sclerosis treatment, advancing a me-better candidate of its own into Phase I study.
Biogen Idec's multiple sclerosis pill Tecfidera has been steamrolling since it hit the U.S. market last April. And now, it's poised to pad global sales with a victory in the U.K., whose cost watchdog has given it the OK in final guidance after flip-flopping on a February decision not to endorse the drug.
A strong combo of an Apple iPad and a specially made attachment are working together as a state-of-the-art multiple sclerosis assessment tool.
Merck KGaA is backing out of its multiple sclerosis deal with Japan's Ono Pharmaceutical, deciding not to take the plunge on Phase III development for a drug that would face stiff competition.
Biogen Idec and AbbVie announced Monday morning that their once-monthly multiple sclerosis drug daclizumab has cleared key hurdles in a Phase III study, setting the stage for a marketing pitch to regulatory authorities.
The U.K.'s cost-effectiveness agency is accustomed to boos and hisses. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence often turns down new treatments it considers too expensive for their payoff in patients. So, will a campaign by patient advocates sway its opinion on two new multiple sclerosis drugs?