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Purdue wins a pain pill approval with Zohydro in its crosshairs

The FDA approved Purdue Pharma's latest pain drug, a hydrocodone formulation designed to prevent abuse, potentially spelling trouble for Zogenix and its controversial Zohydro.

Novartis' Enbrel beater bounds toward psoriasis approval ahead of the crowd

Novartis is well on its way to leading a new class of anti-inflammatory treatments, convincing European regulators to recommend approving its injected therapy for psoriasis and putting the company in line for transatlantic launches next year.

Beware sketchy biotechs with big plans for Ebola, SEC says

The SEC has suspended the trading of a few microcap companies touting unverified Ebola treatments and tests, warning investors of penny stock peddlers looking to cash in on the West African outbreak that has killed thousands.

Biotech Neothetics pulls off a $65M IPO and promptly takes a tumble

San Diego's Neothetics, developer of a fat-busting treatment, came through on its plans to raise $65 million in an IPO, but, in keeping with a growing trend in biotech, watched its shares slide shortly after its debut.

AstraZeneca earmarks $200M to support its burgeoning biologics pipeline

Thanks in part to its all-hands approach to immuno-oncology, AstraZeneca's pipeline is now nearly 50% biologics, leading the company to lay out $200 million to build the capacity it will need to follow through on those in-development projects.

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