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European Commission approves adalimumab for paediatric uveitisThe European Commission has approved adalimumab (Humira, AbbVie) as the first biologic treatment for chronic non-infectious anterior uveitis in paediatric patients from 2 years of age who have had an inadequate response to conventional therapy.
Will new biosimilars hurt blockbuster autoimmune drug?
Will new biosimilars hurt blockbuster autoimmune drug?New biosimilars may harm the sales of this autoimmune blockbuster.
Is a $150 Million Fine Just the Start of Trouble for AbbVie?The maker of Androgel will face a series of trials after its most recent court loss.
Evolving hepatitis C pipeline offers hope to patients
Evolving hepatitis C pipeline offers hope to patientsCost burden prompts payers to consider appropriate utilization
10 highlights from AAO 2016
Biosimilars and interchangeable biologics: News to watchBiosimilars in the United States are slowly gaining traction, but widespread confusion and legal barriers remain.
Five specialty pharmaceutical trends to watchApprovals of specialty pharmaceuticals have far outpaced traditional drugs, and that trend will continue. But that’s not the only specialty medication trend that healthcare executives should have on their radar.
FDA approves biosimilar to HumiraFDA’s pace of biosimilar approvals is picking up, as it approved two major drugs for rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory diseases in the past month.
AbbVie hep C drug combo enters marketIn an era when legislators, pharmacy benefit managers and others continue to protest the high cost of hepatitis C drugs, new drugs to treat the disease are welcomed. FDA recently approved ombitasvir, paritaprevir and ritonavir tablets co-packaged with dasabuvir tablets (Viekira XR, AbbVie) to treat patients with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotype 1 (GT1) infection, including those with cirrhosis. AbbVie already markets Viekira Pak, which competes with Harvoni and Sovaldi (Gilead Sciences).
TTrials: T therapy improves sexual desire, activityA men’s health expert explains implications of new data and how he will counsel patients.