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Biogen (NASDAQ: BIIB) is a biotechnology leader that discovers, develops and delivers to patients worldwide innovative therapies for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, hemophilia and autoimmune disorders. With its rich scientific heritage and passionate commitment to pioneering new advances, Biogen recognizes that cutting-edge science and medicines can address unmet patient needs to change the course of devastating diseases.
Founded in 1978, Biogen is the world’s oldest independent biotechnology company. Patients worldwide benefit from its leading multiple sclerosis therapies, and the company generates nearly $5 billion in annual revenues. Biogen has a strong late stage pipeline with the potential to launch new products for multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and hemophilia by 2015.
With about 4,800 employees worldwide, Biogen is a truly global organization. In addition to our headquarters in Weston, Mass., and our research operations in Cambridge, Mass., we have a world-class manufacturing facility in North Carolina and offices in Canada, Australia, Japan and throughout Europe. We also have a direct commercial presence in more than 29 markets and a network of distribution partners in more than 70 additional markets, including new markets such as Central/Eastern Europe, Brazil, China and India.
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Biogen Announces Results from Phase 3b NOVA Study Evaluating Every Six-Week Dosing with Natalizumab in Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis
Biogen Inc. today announced results from the two-year prospective, randomized, interventional, controlled, open-label Phase 3b NOVA study (NCT03689972).
Shares of Ardelyx, Inc. have fallen nearly 13% in premarket trading after the U.S. FDA rejected the company's chronic kidney disease drug, tenapanor.
Biogen reportedly withdrew a paper it had submitted to the medical journal JAMA after the publication requested edits before publication. It’s standard for a technical journal to request edits, but it is the nature of the edits—and in this case, the nature of the study— that raises questions.
One of the eagerly anticipated presentations at the AAIC being held this week is Biogen and its partner Eisai on their controversial drug ADUHELM™ (aducanumab). Biogen is also presenting new data on a different Alzheimer’s drug with another partner, Ionis Pharmaceuticals.
Biogen and Ionis report positive topline clinical data on investigational Alzheimer's disease treatment at AAIC
Biogen Inc. (Nasdaq: BIIB) and Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: IONS) announced today that topline data from a Phase 1b placebo-controlled, multiple ascending dose clinical study showed that BIIB080/IONIS-MAPTRx met its primary objective of safety and tolerability in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease.
Biogen and Eisai Announce ADUHELM™ (aducanumab-avwa) Data Presentations at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2021
Biogen (Nasdaq: BIIB) and Eisai Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan) today announced that Biogen, as part of its Alzheimer’s disease (AD) research portfolio, will contribute four virtual posters that showcase data from its clinical trials with ADUHELM™ (aducanumab-avwa) injection 100 mg/mL solution at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC),
Phase one launched last week after patients who had been on placebo in Biogen’s pivotal phase III VALOR study were transitioned to active therapy.
The company also issued an open letter to the Alzheimer’s disease community from Alfred Sandrock, which attempts to push back against negative media attention.
Biogen to Present Data from ADUHELM and Alzheimer’s Disease Portfolio at 2021 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference
Biogen Inc. (Nasdaq: BIIB) today announced it will share multiple oral and poster presentations from its Alzheimer’s disease clinical development portfolio at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC), which will be held in Denver, Colorado and online July 26-30, 2021.
The antibody is still being evaluated in clinical studies, with a large-scale Phase III trial expected to wrap in the second half of 2022.
Mirimus, Inc. Forms Strategic Collaboration with Biogen to Develop RNAi-Based Therapeutics for Neurological Disease Indications
Mirimus, Inc. today announced a strategic collaboration with Biogen Inc. (NASDAQ: BIIB) focused on the development of RNAi-based therapeutics targeting multiple, undisclosed neurological disease indications.
Biogen’s Aduhelm was approved on June 7, 2021, for Alzheimer’s patients, and the controversy continues to grow.
Mirimus and Biogen, AavantiBio and Aldevron, Exscientia and GT Apeiron Therapeutics announced strategic partnerships this morning.
The FDA has historically tended to keep more contentious relationships with some companies private. But recently, the agency appears to be publicly scolding some biopharma companies.
The Biotech Bay region is home to 3,418 life sciences companies, and 96,574 employees making an average of $151,076.
In its 2Q2021 Clinical Report, BioSpace highlights drugs that were greenlit for clinical studies, faced clinical and regulatory hurdles and some who saw regulatory wins.
The license and collaboration agreement center on orelabrutinib, an oral small molecule BTKi characterized by its high selectivity and the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier.
Biogen and Innocare Announce License and Collaboration Agreement For Orelabrutinib, an Innovative CNS Penetrant BTK Inhibitor For the Potential Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis
Orelabrutinib is a Phase 2 oral small molecule Bruton’s tyrosine kinase inhibitor with high selectivity and the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier InnoCare to receive a $125 million upfront payment and is eligible to receive potential development and commercial milestone payments.
Adulhelm's proposed price tag of $56,000 per patient per year is hardly the most expensive drug on the market, but controversy regarding packaging and pricing continues.
Acting commissioner of the U.S. FDA asked the independent Office of the Inspector General to investigate how the FDA and representatives of Biogen interacted prior to the FDA’s approval of the company’s Aduhelm (aducanumab) for Alzheimer’s disease.