Johnson & Johnson started Phase I trials Tuesday for its Ebola vaccine, which its Janssen subsidiary developed in collaboration with Denmark's Bavarian Nordic. But does J&J's candidate come too late to catch up with its rivals and help combat the current epidemic?
The previously suspended Swiss trial of Merck and NewLink's experimental Ebola vaccine is back on, but this time at a lower dose.
Shares of Cempra shot up more than 30% in premarket trading on Monday as investors digested news of a promising outcome for its head-to-head study of its lead antibiotic solithromycin.
Shares of Achillion rocketed up Monday morning after the biotech reported that its NS5A drug combined with Gilead's Sovaldi scored a quick cure among a small group of hepatitis C patients after only 6 weeks of treatment.
Yet another big Phase III test of an experimental Alzheimer's drug has flopped. And this time it's Roche's turn to admit defeat.
PPD has signed a data-minded deal with the collection experts at ERT, a partnership the companies believe will help their clients conduct more efficient trials.
China has approved a locally developed Ebola vaccine from its Academy of Military Medical Sciences for clinical trials, state news agency Xinhua said Thursday.
More than four years ago, GlaxoSmithKline began a Phase III study of a shingles candidate it hoped would eventually mount a challenge to Merck's Zostavax. Now, that candidate is one step closer after hitting its primary endpoint in that trial.
GlaxoSmithKline got some good news for its big vaccines group, scoring a pivotal Phase III win for its shingles vaccine HZ/su more than four years after the study was launched.
Shares of Tetraphase Pharmaceuticals spiked 15% Wednesday afternoon after the biotech said its lead antibiotic hit its primary endpoint in a head-to-head Phase III study, leaving the company on track to file for an approval before the end of next year.