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Roche’s New Drug Shows Better Results than Renowned Tamiflu in Flu Patients

Roche’s investigational flu drug, Xofluza® (baloxavir marboxil) has reduced the risk of complications in patients with flu in a late-stage clinical study. It is the first single-dose, oral drug being developed for flu with a novel mechanism of action in about the last 20 years.


This New Cancer Drug Signifies ‘No Return of a Rare Blood Cancer’

AstraZeneca’s promising blood cancer drug, moxetumomab pasudotox has shown tumor shrinkage in 75 percent patients with hairy cell leukemia- a rare and chronic form of blood cancer.


15 Promising New Cancer Drugs in Late-Stage Clinical Development (2018)

Read about the most promising oncology drug candidates present in the pharmaceutical companies’ pipeline in 2018. The potential drugs with novel mechanisms are in their late-stage of clinical development to treat diverse types of cancers.


Novel EGFR Lung Cancer Drug, Dacomitinib Gains FDA Priority Review

The understanding of epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) has been evolved over years. TKIs are found ...

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7 New Ideas to Start a Healthcare Business in India (2018)

Seven new #healthcare #business ideas in India in 2018. Which one would you prefer to pursue?


Pharma Patents: Can India Reward Incremental Innovation?

Chandramouli Natarajan is an Associate Scientist, Ricon pharma LLC, Denville, USA. He has presented his opinion and views on the Pharmaceutical patents issues in India. This article is available for free to read and share.

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