As TG Therapeutics Inc.'s phase IIb win in the follicular lymphoma (FL) cohort of the Unity-NHL pivotal experiment testing umbralisib charmed Wall Street, CEO Michael Weiss told investors that the New York-based company is "completely committed to getting our marginal zone lymphoma [MZL] filing in on time and getting to the market" soon. Nobody's forgetting about the opportunity in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), either.
Upbeat top-line data for New York-based Iveric Bio Inc.'s phase IIb trial testing Zimura in dry age-related macular degeneration propelled the company stock (NASDAQ:ISEE) 82.8% upward in Monday's trading, a big success in a company that rebranded itself earlier this year.
With Stifel analysts recently setting a $41 price target for Urogen Pharma Ltd. and interim data in hand from the trial in bladder cancer with UGN-102, hopes are high that the drug's approach having already proved its mettle in UGN-101 against low-grade upper tract urothelial cancer (UTUC) will yield durable results. Shares (NASDAQ:URGN) have been trading at around $22, closing Friday at $21.97.
TORONTO – Winnipeg, Manitoba-based Medicure Inc. said results of a study released last week could nudge the door open wider in the U.S. for a device adapted from the military to normalize lung fluid content in patients suffering from heart failure.
Despite Provention Bio Inc.'s phase IIa top-line data showing PRV-6527 in Crohn's disease did not differentiate from placebo, the company's stock was bumped back less than 1% on Tuesday as it continued to ride high after June's massive leap on heartening data about the company's type 1 diabetes trial of teplizumab.
Biogen Inc.'s decision to file for approval early next year of beta-amyloid-targeting aducanumab (adu) in Alzheimer's disease (AD) based on fresh analysis of a bigger phase III dataset juiced the stock and induced shock at the same time, as Wall Street pressed company officials for details on their rationale behind the move.
HONG KONG – South Korea's Helixmith Co. Ltd. has announced the results of a phase III trial extension testing VM-202 (donaperminogene seltoplasmid), a regenerative plasmid DNA gene therapy candidate, in diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN).
A tepid reception to new top-line phase III data on the long-acting growth hormone (GH) somatrogon nudged Opko Health Inc. shares (NASDAQ:OPK) about 4 cents higher to $2.13 Monday, leaving it overshadowed by competitor Ascendis Pharma A/S, the developer of Transcon-hGH. Ascendis' shares (NASDAQ:ASND) rose 4.5% to $103.36.
Benefit for patients with disease that has spread to the brain put a special shine on top-line data rolled out by Seattle Genetics Inc. (Seagen) from the HER2Climb study, an experiment to test the oral small-molecule tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) tucatinib, designed as highly selective for HER2 without significantly knocking down EGFR.