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Big pharmaceutical struggles to benefit from increased CVD drug usage

04-Mar-2010

Pharmaceutical companies will struggle to profit from the cardiovascular disease (CVD) market over the next decade despite growing drug usage, according to Datamonitor. New research by the independent business analyst predicts that the CVD pharma market will grow from $99bn in 2008 to $107bn in ...

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Low levels of natural antibodies behind stroke

16-Feb-2010

The chances of suffering a stroke are linked to the presence of a certain type of antibody in the immune system, a new study from Karolinska Institutet shows. The researchers hope to be able to develop a vaccine that can mobilise the body’s own defence against arteriosclerosis and stroke. The ...

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Ablynx Demonstrates Proof-of-Concept by Biomarker For Its Anti-Thrombotic ALX-0081

23-Dec-2009

Ablynx announced detailed results from the open label extension of the Phase Ib study of its anti-thrombotic, ALX-0081, in patients with stable angina undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). The results support those of the original Phase I study with ALX-0081 and collectively ...

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NicOx announces NCX 6560 meets primary and secondary objectives in first-in-man study

16-Nov-2009

NicOx S.A. announced that a phase 1b, first-in-man study for NCX 6560, versus placebo and Lipitor® (atorvastatin), has met its primary and secondary objectives. The top-line results demonstrated very good safety and tolerability for all the tested doses of NCX 6560, as well as the expected ...

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IMS Health Forecasts Global Pharmaceutical: Market Growth of 4 - 6 Percent in 2010

14-Oct-2009

IMS Health reported that the value of the global pharmaceutical market in 2010 is expected to grow 4 - 6 percent on a constant-dollar basis, exceeding $825 billion, driven by stronger near-term growth in the U.S. market. The forecast, the leading annual industry indicator of market dynamics, ...

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BioInvent and ThromboGenics Start Recruitment of Second 100 Patient Cohort in Phase II DVT Prophylaxis Study with TB-402

06-Jul-2009

BioInvent International AB and ThromboGenics NV announce that they have started recruitment of a second cohort of patients for their Phase II trial of TB-402. This follows completion of recruitment of the first cohort of 100 patients ahead of schedule. TB-402 is a novel, long acting anticoagulant ...

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IMS Health Lowers 2009 Global Pharmaceutical Market Forecast to 2.5 – 3.5 Percent Growth

U.S. market to decline in 2009

29-Apr-2009

IMS Health reported that the value of the global pharmaceutical market is expected to grow 2.5 - 3.5 percent on a constant-dollar basis in 2009, two percentage points lower than indicated last October, as deterioration in the global economic environment continues to affect market demand. The ...

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Richter-Helm and Athera Biotechnologies Partner in Development of Recombinant Protein to Treat Cardiovascular Disease

23-Jan-2009

Richter-Helm BioLogics GmbH & Co. KG and Athera Biotechnologies AB have signed an agreement for the development and manufacturing of Athera’s novel product for prevention of plaque rupture and athero-thrombosis through binding of the protein, Annexin A5, to endothelium. The recombinant protein ...

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Evolva receives funding from the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center

06-Nov-2008

Evolva announced that it has received a $288,000 award from the Cleveland Clinic led Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center (GCIC). The funding is to advance the development of Evolva’s EV-077 compound series for cardiovascular disease and to explore the formation of a dedicated cardiovascular ...

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Prasugrel Head-to-Head Study Showed Reduced Cardiovascular Events in Diabetes Patients by 30 Percent Compared with Clopidogrel

Sub-group analysis of landmark trial showed prasugrel substantially

02-Sep-2008

Patients who were diabetic and diagnosed with acute coronary syndromes (ACS) were 40 percent less likely to suffer a heart attack if they were treated with prasugrel vs. clopidogrel, according to a sub-group analysis of the TRITON-TIMI 38 trial (8.2 percent vs. 13.2 percent, ...

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