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Evotec lends its R&D might to the multiple sclerosis cause

Germany's Evotec has joined a trio of research projects focused on multiple sclerosis, contributing its developmental know-how to some early-stage R&D.

ESMO: Bristol-Myers, Roche, AstraZeneca, GSK, Merck jostle for spotlight

Over the weekend oncology investigators from all around the world gathered in Madrid at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2014 Congress to review the latest advances--and setbacks--in the fast-moving field of cancer drug research. As usual, the big companies dominated the discussions, as rival oncology groups touted new data as they tried to position competing therapies in the global scramble to develop new and better cancer drugs, now one of the hottest fields in R&D.

Avacta unveils new test for diagnosing lymphoma in dogs

Avacta Animal Health has developed a new system for diagnosing lymphoma in dogs, which is one of the most common cancers found in canines.

Analysts bullish on leadless pacing market, call it a $700M opportunity

Leadless pacemakers are a "game-changing technology" that could eventually grab as much as 40% of the overall pacemaker market, say Leerink Swann equity analysts.

Novo Nordisk blueprints its obesity R&D push in Seattle

Novo Nordisk has made it official: The Danish drugmaker is making a full-fledged go at obesity R&D, looking to build a Seattle hub and hire some investigators as it expands its research palate.

Researchers study noninvasive device to monitor brain blood flow

As the med tech industry casts its eye toward neurological implants that improve patient outcomes, researchers are developing a non-invasive technology that could protect against fatal complications by measuring blood flow in the brain.

Takeda pours $25M into biotech dealmaker BioMotiv

Takeda Pharmaceutical has stepped up with a $25 million investment in Cleveland's BioMotiv, buying into the accelerator's promise to transform academic discoveries into market-bound therapeutics.

Novo dishes on its new Seattle R&D shop and seeks out new ideas in obesity

Novo Nordisk has made it official: The Danish drugmaker is making a full-fledged go at obesity R&D, looking to build a Seattle hub and hire up some investigators as it expands its research palate.

Teva closing up women's health unit Theramex, thanks to lousy Zoely sales

We've seen what happens when a big drug goes generic. Plants close, sales reps lose their jobs. As the impending shutdown of a Teva Pharmaceutical Industries unit shows, the same is true for an on-patent drug flop.

LabCorp's $85M LipoScience buy deepens its dive into personalized Dx tests

LabCorp said it will pay more than $85 million in cash for LipoScience in a bid to grow its own roster of personalized diagnostic tests. The deal, which breaks down to $5.25 per share, is yet another sign that personalized medicine is becoming more ubiquitous in the marketplace.