Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Drug Market

RECENT NEWS
Benzinga  Feb 27  Comment 
Receptos Inc (NASDAQ: RCPT) gained more than 2 percent after its chief executive said recent data on a promising colitis drug candidate are "as good as it gets." After popping about 2 percent, shares of the drug development company changed...
FierceBiotech  Feb 23  Comment 
After seeing its reputation as a leader in multiple sclerosis erode over recent years, Merck KGaA has decided to carve back the number of staffers working in preclinical R&D in the field.
GenEng News  Feb 18  Comment 
Researchers at the Toronto-based Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) say they have discovered a promising new approach to treat multiple sclerosis (MS). In a new study, they've identified a previously unknown change in the spinal cord...
GenEng News  Feb 17  Comment 
Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have discovered what they term a “marvel” molecule that blocks a key driver of inflammatory diseases. The finding could meet a major unmet clinical need by inspiring new noninvasive treatments for...
MedPage Today  Feb 11  Comment 
(MedPage Today) -- Multiple sclerosis patients had fewer new lesions with stem-cell transplant versus mitoxantrone.
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 11  Comment 
Natco Pharma Ltd has filed Abbreviated New Drug Applications (ANDAs) for fingolimod capsules and cabazitaxel injection with the US Federal Drug Administration (USFDA). The filing was done...
FierceBiotech  Feb 1  Comment 
You can add another clinical stage program for remyelination to your watch list. Acorda's early-stage drug for targeting the root cause of multiple sclerosis has cleared its first hurdle in the clinic, passing its Phase I safety challenge with a...
Motley Fool  Feb 1  Comment 
Multiple sclerosis affects more than 400,000 people in the United States and around 2.5 million people globally. That's why this potentially game-changing study's results are so promising and important.
Wall Street Journal  Jan 29  Comment 
Biogen Idec said its fourth-quarter profit nearly doubled, as its portfolio of multiple sclerosis treatments drove a 34% growth in revenue.
Wall Street Journal  Jan 29  Comment 
New York Times  Jan 24  Comment 
As a postdoctoral student working with Dr. Alick Isaacs in 1957, Dr. Lindenmann discovered interferon, the powerful antiviral substance used to treat some cancers, hepatitis C and multiple sclerosis.




 
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