“Supplemental Indications”

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Drug Pipeline
An overview of recently approved therapies, anticipated approvals in the year to come, and strategies to help manage the pipeline More
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Drug Pipeline
When the FDA approves a “supplemental indication” for a drug already on the market — permitting it to be used for new conditions or stages of a disease, or additional patient... More
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Lady suffering from migraine, pressing hand against forehead
Drug Pipeline
The market for migraine medications is ripe for growth due to a large patient population with an unmet clinical need. Four investigational medications known CGRP inhibitors will... More
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Specialty
Blockbuster cancer drug Zytiga may become first-line treatment for patients with metastatic, castration-resistant cancer, greatly expanding its market and cost impact. More
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Specialty
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves drugs for specific indications, or uses. The indication identifies the condition(s) a drug is approved to treat, and it may... More
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