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|52 Week Range||0.1500 - 0.6000|
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"This opioid crisis has become a fentanyl crisis," the CEO of Opiant Dr. Roger Crystal told Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous. He then goes on to discuss what else the pharmaceutical company is doing to tackle the epidemic.
German drugmaker Boehringer Ingelheim reported on Wednesday flat operating income of 3.5 billion euros ($4 billion) for 2018, held back by the costs of integrating the animal medicines business it acquired from Sanofi. Strong revenue gains from Boeringer's diabetes drugs were partly offset by declining revenues for its top-selling inhalable lung drug Spiriva, under pressure from rival drugs. As a result, total group sales fell 3 percent last year to 17.5 billion euros ($19.8 billion), the family-owned group said.
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The move is a pre-emptive one as the French drugmaker is set to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on the rising prices of insulin later in the day.
Sanofi SA said on Wednesday it will cut the cost of its insulin products to $99 per month for uninsured patients and others who pay cash for it in the United States, as the French drugmaker contends with intense criticism over the high price of the life-sustaining diabetes medication. Sanofi announced the plan hours before one of its executives was set to testify before a congressional committee on the rising prices of insulin. Executives from the other leading insulin producers - Eli Lilly & Co and Novo Nordisk A/S - will also testify.
At a time when the flu season is typically coming to a close, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said this week that the number of cases and related medical visits continue to be elevated. Flu season typically ranges from November to March, with flu-like illness peaking in February, the CDC said. The incidence of patients testing positive for the flu virus influenza A (H1N1), influenza A (H3N2) and influenza B are slightly increased for the most recent three-week period, with influenza A(H3) reported more frequently, according to the federal agency.
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American regulators rejected a type 1 diabetes treatment that analysts predicted would eventually eclipse $450 million in annual revenue.
Shares of French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi dipped Friday after the FDA rejected its application for a diabetes treatment created under a partnership with Lexicon Pharmaceuticals.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration declined to approve a drug developed by Sanofi SA and Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc intended for use with insulin in patients with type 1 diabetes, the companies said on Friday. The decision comes about two months after an FDA advisory panel failed to reach a consensus over whether the once-daily oral drug, sotagliflozin, should be approved as an add-on to insulin therapy. The setback comes as Sanofi works to revive declining sales from its diabetes division, and as the French drugmaker faces increasing pressure from politicians and patient advocacy groups over the rising cost of its insulin products.
Pharmaceuticals group Sanofi is working on a plan to find a new CEO in agreement and consultation with current chief executive Olivier Brandicourt, a spokesman for the French drugmaker told Reuters on Monday. Sanofi has an age limit of 65 for its CEO. Brandicourt will be 65 in February 2021.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it approved expanded use of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc and Sanofi SA's eczema drug Dupixent to include patients aged between 12 and 17, a boost for both the companies in the world's largest market for drugs. Shares of Regeneron closed up 2.3 percent at $412.05 on Monday. The FDA first approved the drug in 2017 and it has since been launched as a treatment for adults with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis, or eczema, as well as a drug for some asthma patients.
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration on Monday approved use of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc and Sanofi SA's eczema drug Dupixent for adolescents aged 12 and older, helping expand the use of an important revenue driver for both the companies in the world's largest market for drugs. The drug was initially approved in 2017 and has since been launched in the United States as a treatment for adults with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis, as well as a drug for some asthma patients.
On Friday an analyst questioned the longevity of a collaboration between Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi for a medicine to lower cholesterol that rivals an Amgen drug.
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The Philippine Department of Justice said on Friday it had found probable cause to indict officials from French drugmaker Sanofi and former and current Philippine health officials over a series of deaths related to a dengue vaccine. It recommended that six Sanofi officials and 14 current and former Philippine health officials be charged, including former health minister Janette Garin. Sanofi could not immediately be reached for comment.
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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley invites seven drugmakers to testify about drug prices. Executives from seven pharmaceutical companies — AbbVie, AstraZeneca, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Pfizer and Sanofi — will testify Tuesday before the Senate Finance Committee.
Sanofi and Regeneron had stipulated that if the two Amgen patents were valid, their jointly developed cholesterol drug Praluent infringed them. Regeneron and Sanofi said in a statement they disagreed with aspects of the ruling and would seek to have it overturned.