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Genzyme is committed to discovering and delivering transformative therapies for patients with rare and special unmet medical needs, providing hope where there was none before.
Genzyme has pioneered the development and delivery of transformative therapies for over 30 years. Founded in 1981 in Boston, Massachusetts, Genzyme evolved from a tiny start-up with just a handful of employees to one of the world's leading biotech companies. Acquired by Sanofi in 2011, Genzyme now benefits from the reach and resources of one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, with a shared commitment to improving the lives of patients.
Genzyme has long been known for our expertise in the class of rare genetic diseases known as lysosomal storage disorders (LSDs). LSDs remain the heart of our company today, but we have also expanded – through both in-house development and strategic acquisitions and partnerships – to other disease areas such as thyroid cancer and multiple sclerosis.
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Sanofi, a global and diversified healthcare leader, discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions focused on patients’ needs. Sanofi has core strengths in the field of healthcare with seven growth platforms: diabetes solutions, human vaccines, innovative drugs, rare diseases, consumer healthcare, emerging markets, and animal health. Sanofi is listed in Paris (EURONEXT: SAN) and in New York (NYSE: SNY).
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Branded Direct-to-Consumer Advertising Likely to Provide a Bump in Patient Requests for Sanofi/Regeneron's Dupixent, but Insurance Coverage and Out-of-Pocket Costs Continue to be Key Barriers for the Only Approved Atopic Dermatitis Biologic
According to the latest update from Spherix Global Insights, while dermatologists continue to report high satisfaction with the first FDA approved biologic, there is still a large unmet need for new pharmacologic treatments for atopic dermatitis.
8/14/2018A little more than one year after Flagship Pioneering launched Sigilon Therapeutics, the company has a new chief executive officer. This morning Sigilon announced Bioverativ veteran Rogerio Vivaldi will helm the Cambridge, Mass.-based company.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals reported its second-quarter financial results, citing quarterly total revenues of $1.608 billion, up 9 percent from the same quarter in 2017 of $1.470 billion.
Fearing disruption of drug inventories when Brexit takes place, Sanofi, AstraZeneca and Novartis have indicated they are stockpiling drugs.
For its second-quarter financial report, Paris-based Sanofi reported a decrease in net sales for the quarter of 5.7 percent, down to 8.176 billion euros. Sanofi’s diabetes and cardiovascular franchises have struggled in the U.S.
Research published in the journal Nature by researchers at the National Health Research Institutes in Taiwan and the National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health in the U.S. suggest that a class of diabetes medications known as GLP-1 analogues may be effective treatments for Parkins...
It was reported today that U.S.-based Merck & Co. will lower the price of some of its drug. It appears to be rippling through the industry, largely in an attempt to stay out of the way of Trump’s attack-tweets.
Sanofi and REVOLUTION Medicines Launch Global Partnership to Develop Potential First-in-Class Targeted Treatments for Multiple Cancers
Preclinical studies of SHP2 inhibitors demonstrated promise across multiple forms of cancer; lead drug candidate expected to start clinical trials in second half of 2018.
In April Bay Area biotech Revolution Medicines completed its pivot from a company focused on antifungal treatments to an oncology business. This morning Revolution’s shift paid off with a development deal worth up to $500 million with Sanofi.
President Trump was able to declare a small victory in the arena of drug pricing earlier this week when Pfizer opted to delay its second price-hike of the year. Other companies though have not followed suit and have gone through with price increases for their drugs.
President Donald Trump was able to claim a victory in the drug pricing wars after Pfizer announced it would walk back the price increase of 40 prescription medications announced earlier this month.
It’s been a big year so far for activity in the U.S. biopharma market—record IPOs and plenty of big acquisitions. But things may be heating up in Europe as well.
It’s hard to believe 2018 is half over. There have been plenty of interesting and important stories in the biopharma space this year. Here’s a look at our top 10 stories so far, counting down from 10 to the number one story.
So far during the first six months of the year, more than $100 billion has been spent on a myriad of acquisitions across the pharma and biotech industries.
The president’s predictions for lower drug prices fell on deaf ears at pharma giant Pfizer as it was reported that the company increased the price of 40 of its most popularly-prescribed medications by nearly 10 percent.
EVOTEC CONFIRM CLOSING OF TRANSACTION WITH SANOFI TO ACCELERATE INFECTIOUS DISEASE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Evotec AG today announced that the strategic transaction to integrate Sanofi's infectious disease unit including licensing-in the majority of Sanofi's infectious disease research portfolio, has been successfully closed with effect from 01 July 2018.
Sanofi to further accelerate its scientific presence with the opening of a Global R&D Operations Hub in Chengdu, China
Company invests €66 million in Chengdu, Sichuan province, China
It’s been a pretty good year for mergers and acquisitions in the biopharma industry. But the landscape for IPOs has been excellent as well, particularly in Massachusetts, which has recorded 13 IPOs since the beginning of the year.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Biogen exercised its option to acquire additional shares of Samsung Bioepis, a joint venture with Samsung BioLogics that was founded in 2012.
Platelet Biogenesis (PBG) was awarded a two-year, $3.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). The funds are to support the company’s proprietary bioreactor to produce therapeutic amounts of platelets.