Shots: The approval is based on the P-III STOP 301 trial evaluates Trudhesa (0.725 mg/spray) in 5650+ patients with migraine with or without aura for 24 or 52 wks. The exploratory efficacy results showed that nasal spray provides rapid, sustained, and consistent symptom relief. The therapy is well-tolerated & no serious TEAEs were observed Trudhesa …
The FDA improved an Impel NeuroPharma migraine treatment, a nasal spray intended to bring pain relief more quickly than drugs administered in other ways. It marks the first approval for the Seattle company, which has developed a proprietary nasal delivery technology.
The five life sciences IPOs this week continues the steady march companies are making to the public markets this year. This week’s activity follows a first quarter that Renaissance Capital calculates was the busiest for newly public companies since 2000. Healthcare IPOs continued to dominate the stock offerings.