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Boehringer plays catch-up in COPD with its latest FDA approval

The FDA approved Boehringer Ingelheim's COPD treatment Striverdi Respimat, a once-a-day inhaler the German drugmaker hopes can contend in a crowded respiratory market.

Hikma buys closed Boehringer plant and strips out equipment

Jordan's Hikma has decided to pull the trigger on a deal to take ownership of the Boehringer Ingelheim plant in Bedford, OH, one of the largest sterile manufacturing sites in the world but one that sits idle after quality issues made it too expensive to operate.

J&J done with Boehringer plant after building a supply of Doxil

When Boehringer Ingelheim closed its troubled sterile manufacturing site in Ohio, which had been the sole supplier of Johnson & Johnson's ovarian cancer drug Doxil, J&J's Janssen unit worked out a deal to take over manufacturing of the bulk drug product for 6 months. Now, with at least a 9-month supply of Doxil in hand, that arrangement is over.

Zealand inks a $402M cardio-metabolic peptide program with Boehringer

Early this year Zealand Pharma and Boehringer Ingelheim agreed to start over on their three-year-old collaboration to develop a GLP-1 diabetes drug after they decided to part ways on a lead program. Now the Danish biotech will ramp up a second preclinical peptide program with the German pharma company aimed at cardio-metabolic diseases.

J&J builds 9-month supply of Doxil with creative problem solving

A Johnson & Johnson exercise in creative problem solving has paid off for doctors and patients who rely on its ovarian cancer drug Doxil, availability of which has been uncertain for years. Its Janssen unit has accumulated a significant supply after assuming manufacturing at Boehringer Ingelheim plant that otherwise was closed down at the end of the year.

BMJ targets Pradaxa safety, scolding Boehringer, FDA and EMA alike

The BMJ has set off a kerfuffle--and a Twitter campaign--over the safety of Boehringer Ingelheim's blockbuster anticoagulant Pradaxa.

InterMune bags a 'breakthrough' nod of its own in a race with Boehringer

InterMune secured the FDA's breakthrough therapy designation for an in-development treatment for a rare lung disease, evening the regulatory score with rival Boehringer Ingelheim as the two angle for position on the U.S. market.

Boehringer's lung drug wins FDA 'breakthrough' tag

Boehringer Ingelheim's treatment for a rare and deadly lung disease picked up the FDA's coveted breakthrough therapy designation, a mark that guarantees a speedy regulatory review and could help the company beat its nearest rival to market.

Boehringer's 'breakthrough' cancer drug comes through in Phase II

Boehringer Ingelheim's treatment for a rare form of leukemia prolonged survival and beat out chemotherapy in a midstage study on elderly patients, the company said, results that will help make the case for a drug that has already received the FDA's breakthrough therapy designation.

FDA promises a fast review for Boehringer's lung disease contender

The FDA is guaranteeing a priority review for Boehringer Ingelheim's much-watched treatment for a rare lung disease, likely speeding up the drug's path to market as the German pharma races with biotech InterMune.