Biography for Tracy Staton
Tracy Staton is the editor of FiercePharma. She has been a freelance writer for five years, but before that served as editor of the Dallas Business Journal, editor of Texas Business magazine, and a senior editor at American Way, the inflight magazine of American Airlines. She is based in Vermont, and can be reached at email@example.com or find her on LinkedIn.
Articles by Tracy Staton
Roche's new set of HER2-positive breast cancer drugs are making it big with oncologists.
Three more biotechs are aiming for IPOs amid a frenzy of public offerings in the industry. Agile Therapeutics, Aldeyra Therapeutics and GlobeImmune are hoping to raise a combined $132 million.
Ipsen announced "positive results" in a Phase II trial of Dysport in patients with urinary incontinence. That could put Ipsen's drug in line for more head-to-head competition with Allergan's Botox, which has successfully expanded into several medical uses.
ThromboGenics admitted last month that slow U.S. sales of its lead drug had put it into a quandary. What could it do to turn the tide? Explore strategic options. Now, the company says sales lagged further for the second half of 2013.
Novo Nordisk has stepped closer to a spinoff. The Danish drugmaker wants to hive off its information technology business, NNIT, and it has chosen Morgan Stanley and Danske Bank to advise it on the potential deal.
Intercept Pharmaceuticals delivered a bad news-good news punch over the weekend about its lead drug.
Itlaian prosecutors have zeroed in on four executives at Roche and Novartis in their probe of potential fraud in the companies' eye-drug sales, Reuters reports, citing sources. The four executives weren't identified.
GlaxoSmithKline may be phasing out speaking fees for doctors, but that doesn't mean doctors won't be speaking about its products. As Bloomberg reports, the company plans to add physicians to its in-house marketing staff.
Novartis employees were more involved in a Japanese drug study than previously suspected. The University of Tokyo Hospital said doctors not only let Novartis employees collect patient data from various trial sites but also allowed the Swiss drugmaker into its records on all 255 trial participants.
Pfizer's Prevnar 13 vaccine slashed the number of pneumonia cases in older adults, according to details from a new study that could add up to $1 billion to its global sales.