Tag Archives: Tecentriq

Drug regulators in China, US and Europe out of the gates in 2020 with a whole month’s worth of action.

Slowly at first, then accelerating recently in its domestic and global footprint in drug research and regulation, China and its National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) has been on a tear…. Read more »

Pfizer’s mixed 1Q results spur M&A hopes; is Bristol-Myers a “done deal”?

The News: Pfizer Inc. said Tuesday (May 2, 2017) that first-quarter sales declined 2% year-over-year to $12.8 billion, missing analyst estimates of $13.1 billion, with the company highlighting one less… Read more »

German Merck, flying under Street’s radar, gets no respect; but not for long

Steve’s Take: Wall Street analysts are perhaps familiar with the history behind the two Pharma powerhouses, US-based Merck & Co., and Germany-based Merck KgaA. Until recently, however, I only had… Read more »

Bristol Myers cuts guidance on cancer drug issues; shareholders scanning skies for vultures with deep pockets

The News: Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. (New York City) cut its earnings guidance for the year as the drugmaker contends with dimmed prospects for its top cancer drug after major setbacks… Read more »

Drugs that may shape 2017 and the trends molding new-drug discovery

Here’s a look at the drugs that may shape 2017, compliments of FirstWord Pharma. It’s a list of some of the products I agree are likely to dominate industry news… Read more »

Bristol Myers Clobbered as Cancer Drug Disappoints; Rival Merck Unanimous Winner at Medical Conference

New data are likely to prompt doctors to abandon Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.’s (New York City) immunotherapy Opdivo in favor of Merck & Co.’s (Kenilworth NJ) rival Keytruda in a large… Read more »