Tag Archives: Sanofi SA

Cost of New Cholesterol Drugs Unsustainable Says JAMA Study; Ensuing Debate Rages

A new study from the University of California, San Francisco, using computer models of cardiovascular disease in American adults concludes that the price of a promising new class of cholesterol-lowering… Read more »

Glaxo, Google Parent Create $715 Million Bioelectronic Medicines Venture

GlaxoSmithKline PLC (London) and Google parent Alphabet Inc. (Mountain View CA) have teamed up to develop what they call bioelectronic medicines, or treatments that use miniature implanted electronic devices to modify how electrical impulses are… Read more »

Congressional Dems, Obama Plead for Bipartisan Zika Funding

Democratic members of Congress and White House officials said the country is beyond a “day late and a dollar short” on allocating funds to combat the Zika virus in a White House conference call… Read more »

Cigna Signs “Results-Based” Deals on Costly Amgen, Sanofi Cholesterol Meds

Cigna Corp. (Bloomfield CT) signed deals that will pay the makers of two potent but pricey cholesterol-lowering treatments based on how well their customers respond to the medications, the health… Read more »

U.S. Lawmakers Approve Bill to Provide Financial Incentives to Companies Developing Treatments for the Zika Virus

U.S. lawmakers last week approved a bill to provide financial incentives to companies developing treatments for the Zika virus, sending the measure on to the White House for President Barack… Read more »