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  • Regeneron Expands

    I feel as if there should be some good news around here on the hiring front, so when any becomes available I want to try to mention it. So here’s some: Re… Read More
  • Affymax In Trouble

    Affymax has had a long history, and it’s rarely been dull. The company was founded in 1988, back in the very earliest flush of the Combichem era, and in i… Read More
  • Merck Finally Settles Over Vytorin

    You may remember that Merck and Schering-Plough took a lot of fire for the way that they released the clinical data for one of the key Vytorin trials (ENHANCE). Read More
  • Mipomersen In Trouble

    I wrote here in 2009 about Kynamro (mipomersen), an antisense oligonucleotide from Isis targeted LDL cholesterol levels. At the time, Isis and Genzyme were star… Read More
  • Eli Lilly’s Drumbeat of Bad News

    Eli Lilly has been getting shelled with bad news recently. There was the not-that-encouraging-at-all failure of its Alzheimer’s antibody solanezumab to me… Read More
  • Caloric Restriction Flops?

    Nature is out today with a paper on the results of a calorie-restriction study that began in 1987. This one took place with rhesus monkeys at the National Insti… Read More
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