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Inhibrx, Inc. | March 04, 2022
Inhibrx, Inc. a biotechnology company with four clinical programs in development and a strong emerging pipeline, announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, has granted orphan-drug designation for INBRX-101 for the treatment of alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, or AATD.
"We believe this designation from the FDA acknowledges the significant unmet need for novel therapeutic options in a patient community where the standard of care has not s...
CELL AND GENE THERAPY
Zhongchao Inc. | September 02, 2022
Zhongchao Inc. an internet technology company offering healthcare professionals the online healthcare information, professional training and educational services platform and patient management service, today announced its newly added business section of oncology and other major disease management which is a part of its development strategy to extend its business model from "Medical-Pharmaceutical" to "Medical-Pharmaceutical-Patient." Utilizing its accumulated exp...
Cyclica Inc. | February 10, 2022
Cyclica Inc. a neo-biotech with the vision to advance the most robust and sustainable drug discovery pipeline, launches Perturba Therapeutics Inc. a spin out from the Stagljar Lab at the University of Toronto, Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research. Perturba is advancing a rich pipeline of assets from undrugged protein-protein interactions (PPIs).
Only a small subset of biologically important drug targets are currently being explored within the pharma industry. Per...
TheHill | April 05, 2020
Gilead Sciences Inc., a U.S. biotechnology firm that develops and commercializes drugs, has rapidly expanded its supply of an experimental coronavirus drug and is prepared to donate 1.5 million doses of it to hospitals dealing with severely ill patients. Gilead CEO Daniel O'Day said in a statement Saturday that the 1.5 million doses of the drug, known as remdesivir, could be part of treatment courses for as many as 140,000 patients. He said the doses were available for "compassionate us...
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