Tag Archives: Gilead
By Pharm Exec | Published: October 29, 2014
After having already sequenced thousands of cancer genes in projects together, the Yale School of Medicine and Gilead announced they will continue their partnership to find therapeutic candidates for cancer for an additional three years. The original agreement was forged in 2011 and can be renewed for up to 10 years.
By Casey McDonald | Published: October 9, 2014
Starting off this week’s Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) meeting in Boston, experts including patient access advocates, pharma and payer representatives came together for this year’s symposium entitled “Specialty Pharmacy and Patient Care: Are We at a Tipping Point?”
By Guest Blogger | Published: September 2, 2014
The storms raging across Europe—and beyond—over the pricing of new hepatitis C treatments have been intensified by the European Union’s approval last week of the latest directly-acting antiviral, Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Daklinza (daclatasvir). Just two months after the European Medicines Agency gave a positive opinion on the drug, the formal authorization was delivered for use in […]
By Pharm Exec | Published: July 30, 2014
A new report from Frost & Sullivan forecasts “robust demand” for HCV antivirals, with several strong competitors “maneuvering aggressively” to narrow the market gap by introducing a treatment that can outdo Gilead’s Sovaldi.
By Ben Comer | Published: May 21, 2014
Is the hallmark of innovation higher drug prices? The three leading justifications for sticker-shocking drug prices in the US, from the biopharma perspective, are: 1) it costs a lot to bring a drug to market;* 2) drugs – even very expensive ones – are cheaper in the long run since they prevent complications, hospitalizations and […]