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News For NVO;VPHM;INFI;MRK;AGN;SHPG;SGEN;OREX;AMGN;SNY;JNJ;PFE From The Last 14 Days
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November 17, 2014
09:29 EDTAGNActavis to host conference call
Conference call to discuss the acquisition of Allergan will be held on November 17 at 10:30 am. Webcast Link
09:24 EDTAGNAllergan up over 5% to $209 after agreeing to be acquired by Actavis
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09:22 EDTPFEOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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09:21 EDTAGNActavis, Allergan transaction subject to approval of shareholders of both
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09:20 EDTAGNActavis projects at least $1.8B in annual synergies from Allergan transaction
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09:18 EDTAGNActavis sees free cash flow over $8B in 2016 following Allergan acquisition
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09:16 EDTAGNActavis confirms deal to acquire Allergan for $219 in cash, stock
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09:15 EDTAGNActavis confirms deal to acquire Allergan for $219 in cash and shares
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09:10 EDTAGNActavis buying Allergan for $219 per share, CNBC reports
08:34 EDTMRKMerck says IMPROVE-IT met primary endpoint
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08:13 EDTPFEPortola, Bristol-Myers, Pfizer announce results from Phase 3 ANNEXA-A studies
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07:16 EDTSNY, JNJ, PFEMilken Institute--Faster Cures to hold a conference
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06:43 EDTPFEAstraZeneca, Pfizer deal seen less likely after Merck transaction, Reuters says
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06:05 EDTAGNActavis close to buying Allergan for over $64B, Bloomberg reports
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05:27 EDTPFEPfizer lowers FY14 Reported EPS view to $1.40-$1.49 from $1.50-$1.59
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05:23 EDTPFEPfizer forms strategic alliance with Merck KGaA
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November 16, 2014
14:44 EDTSNYRegulus, Sanofi present new data enhancing the preclinical profile of RG-012
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14:02 EDTAGNAllergan, Actavis move closer to deal, WSJ reports
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13:26 EDTMRKMerck: KEYTRUDA showed superiority to chemotherapy for primary endpoint of PFS
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12:56 EDTSNYGenzyme’s Lemtrada approved by the FDA
Genzyme, a Sanofi company, announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Lemtrada, alemtuzumab, for the treatment of patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis. Because of its safety profile, the use of Lemtrada should generally be reserved for patients who have had an inadequate response to two or more drugs indicated for the treatment of MS. “Today’s approval is the culmination of more than a decade of work by Genzyme to develop Lemtrada,” said Genzyme President and CEO, David Meeker. “Lemtrada demonstrated superior efficacy over Rebif on annualized relapse rates in the two studies which were the basis for approval. A comprehensive risk evaluation and mitigation strategy will be instituted in order to help detect and manage the serious risks identified with treatment.” The FDA approval of Lemtrada is based on two pivotal randomized Phase III open-label rater-blinded studies comparing treatment with Lemtrada to Rebif in patients with relapsing remitting MS who were either new to treatment or who had relapsed while on prior therapy . In CARE-MS I, Lemtrada was significantly more effective than interferon beta-1a at reducing annualized relapse rates; the difference observed in slowing disability progression did not reach statistical significance. In CARE-MS II, Lemtrada was significantly more effective than interferon beta-1a at reducing annualized relapse rates, and accumulation of disability was significantly slowed in patients given Lemtrada vs. interferon beta-1a. The clinical development program for Lemtrada involved nearly 1,500 patients with more than 6,400 patient-years of safety follow-up. “The unmet need in MS remains high,” said Edward Fox, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Clinic of Central Texas. “It is a great day for people living with relapsing forms of MS in the United States, who will now have access to this new meaningful treatment”.
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