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Merck, Samsung rack up data on Humira biosim, setting stage for approval apps

Industry watchers expect biosimilars for AbbVie's Humira to be the most successful copycat biologics launched in the U.S. and Europe, and that's something Merck and Samsung are trying to get in on.

Watch out AbbVie, Samsung Bioepis does fine with Humira biosimilar in PhIII

South Korea-based Samsung Bioepis is ready to head to regulators with a biosimilar of AbbVie's Humira (adalimumab) after successfully completing Phase III trials on its candidate now dubbed SB5. The company says SB5 met its primary endpoint and showed equivalence to the original version in patients with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis who did not respond to methotrexate therapy.

AbbVie has room to cut marketing spend if Humira biosims start hurting: analysts

With biosimilars makers eager to grab a piece of Humira's $12.5 billion-plus revenue, copies of AbbVie's blockbuster are on their way. What analysts disagree on, though, is when they'll arrive and how long it'll take them to make their presence known--and a pair of UBS analysts, for one, thinks the Illinois pharma has some marketing maneuvers up its sleeve to minimize their impact.

AbbVie says disappointing Viekira sales numbers are misleading

AbbVie's Humira is riding high, as usual--but according to the company's execs, in the U.S., it's riding higher than ever. The company's going to need to apply that market-share magic to new launch Viekira Pak, which fell short of analysts' Q1 sales estimates. But that effort is already going better than investors may think, management says.

Can Amgen's marketing muscle vault its Humira biosim ahead of rivals?

The market for Humira is a large one: the med raked in $11.02 billion last year to top the list of the world's best-selling drugs. So it's no surprise that biosimilar developers are going after a piece of that market--including Amgen, which released some head-to-head data last week that could help it make its regulatory case.

Which big brands will still be bringing in the big bucks in 2020?

Best-selling drugs did well for themselves in 2013, churning out more than $76 billion in sales. But big-name brands could stand the test of time and help the top 10 rake in more than $80 billion in 2020, according to a new report.

AbbVie partners with Arabio for production in Saudi Arabia

As growth has slowed in some emerging markets, Western drugmakers are looking to second- and third-tier emerging markets to gain momentum. The Middle East has become the new hot spot for pharma, and AbbVie has found its way there.

Which brands grab the drug-spending title? AbbVie's Humira, AZ's Nexium lead the way

Which drugs cost U.S. health plans the most? Take a look at this year's iteration of Express Scripts' annual Drug Trend Report, and you'll find commentary on drug prices, the pharma industry, and American society. Not to mention a hint at which brands are best at getting themselves noticed.

Top 10 Drug Advertising Spends-- Q1 2012

While the grand party in direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising may have peaked about 5 years ago, it remains an important method of marketing drugs. In this  FiercePharma special report on the top 10 advertising spends, we have included links to one television spot for each drug.

As Abbott nears breakup, Humira keeps on truckin'

The anti-inflammatory drug brought in $2.3 billion for the second quarter. That's a 16.5% increase, and it went a long way toward the company's 2% sales growth for the quarter.