The FDA has approved Archimedes' application for Lazanda, a fentanyl spray for cancer patients with breakthrough pain. The system is already approved in five other countries under the name PecFent.
The FDA has tapped Archimedes to build a computer model of clinical trials evaluating weight-loss medications. The agency will use the model to contrast the benefits of weight loss against
The storefront-housed Elgone Driving Academy in West London is the site of the drug wholesaler that provided sodium thiopental to Arizona prison officials for use in inmate executions. It turns out
The anesthetic sodium thiopental purchased by California prison officials from a U.K. manufacturer will be tested by the FDA prior to use. It was shipped to the U.S. before the U.K. decided last
The UK government plans to limit the export of a drug in short supply that is used in U.S. death penalty executions. Authorities would require manufacturers of the anesthetic sodium thiopental to
The Supreme Court has lifted a stay, leading to the execution of an Arizona inmate who questioned the state's source of sodium thiopental to be used in his lethal injection. The state had refused to
Archimedes Pharma says that European regulators have approved PecFent for breakthrough cancer pain as it pushes ahead with plans to mount a U.S. marketing effort--provided it wins a nod from the FDA.
Flush with investment cash and pushing apps for a new nasal spray treatment for breakthrough cancer pain in the U.S. and Europe, the UK's Archimedes Pharma says the time is ripe to establish a
Yesterday's announcement that Archimedes Pharma had snared a $100 million bankroll from two big investors--Warburg Pincus and Novo A/S--leaves the company with a sizeable sum to roll out its new
The UK's Archimedes Pharma has raised $100 million from the equity arm of Novo A/S and Warburg Pincus--claiming the biggest European round for a biopharma company in 15 years--and hired former Enzon