Bristol Myers' blockbuster-to-be Reblozyl scores a PhIII win
Bristol Myers Squibb unveiled a surprise victory on Monday for its potential $4 billion-per-year drug Reblozyl, with the biopharma announcing that it hit a primary endpoint for a Phase III trial.
The positive result, defined as a “statistically significant and clinically meaningful improvement” in red blood cell transfusion independence (RBC-TI), or how long a patient with anemia goes without a transfusion, with increasing levels of hemoglobin increasing in patients who require red blood cell transfusions, follows FDA pushback on a third approval in March.
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