048 – Advisory Committee votes YES on Aimmune’s Palforzia

In this video, I discuss the details of the advisory committee that recently occurred regarding Aimmune Therapeutics’ peanut allergy treatment, Palforzia (formerly AR101). The committee voted in support of approval and should pave the way for a positive PDUFA decision. this is not investment advice http://www.breakingbiotech.com

046 – FDA Announces Last Minute Advisory Committee For Amarin’s Vascepa

Hey everyone! In this video, I discuss the relationship history between Amarin and the FDA regarding their EPA medication (Vascepa) for the lowering of triglycerides. I believe the difficulty #AMRN has had with the FDA in the past has made the market concerned about Vascepa’s future given recent announcement of an advisory committee meeting for […]

043 – Sarepta keeps the gene therapy throne in DMD! ContraVir submits NASH IND!

Hey everybody, hope you’re all doing well! In this video, I talk about Pfizer’s DMD gene therapy update that indicates continued Sarepta hegemony in the space. I also talk about ContraVir and their NASH drug, CRV431. I must have drank too much coffee before recording because I made more than a couple errors this time […]

041 – Is REGENXBIO a buy after Zolgensma approval?

Today, I talk about REGENXBIO and their in-house gene therapy candidates. Their most important asset in early clinical trials is RGX-314, indicated for wet AMD (and hopefuily Diabetic Retinopathy). This gene therapy could replace blockbuster drugs that treat millions patients, but is it a buy today? Follow me @matthewlepoire http://www.breakingbiotech.com *this is not investment advice*

040 – Biogen faces another headwind with Zolgensma approval

Hi all, I’m back today talking about the approval of Avexis/Novartis’ gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy, Zolgensma. I also talk about how I came to a conclusion about whether or not I should short Biogen. Follow me on twitter @matthewlepoire http://www.breakingbiotech.com *this is not investment advice*