On April 25, Lilly announced that it is advancing the global withdrawal of the new soft tissue sarcoma drug Lartruvo (olaratumab). Lilly’s decision was mainly due to the fact that in the large phase III ANNOUNCE study after marketing, olaratumab failed to show survival benefit in both the treated… Continue Reading Lilly’s soft tissue sarcoma drug Olaratumab will withdraw from the world
In the field of Alzheimer’s disease, no company has suffered more defeat than Lilly. However, this does not prevent the pharmaceutical giant from betting on Alzheimer’s disease assets again and signing a $2 billion deal. Eli Lilly’s core asset, developed in collaboration with AC Immune, is a drug code-named… Continue Reading Lilly will gamble on Alzheimer’s disease and collaborate to develop a preclinical Tau protein-targeted drug for $2 billion.
On June 12, Lilly/AstraZeneca announced the termination of the global phase III project for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease with lanabecestat (oral BACE inhibitor). Lilly and AstraZeneca reached an alliance to develop lanabecestat in 2014. Lilly is mainly responsible for clinical development work. AstraZeneca is mainly responsible for pharmaceutical production.… Continue Reading Another phase III drug for Alzheimer’s disease failed! BACE target failure rate exceeds 80%