IQVIA announced an agreement today with argenx SE. The multi-year contract covers a unique collaboration for the development of new indications for VYVGART™ (efgartigimod alfa fcab), an FDA-approved neonatal Fc receptor blocker for the treatment of generalized myasthenia gravis in adult patients who have a specific antibody receptor.
While terms of the deal have not been disclosed, the collaboration will support clinical development, regulatory, commercial and real-world evidence strategy to accelerate the development of new indications for VYVGART.
“We are excited to be working with argenx in a comprehensive way to support the development of their promising new treatment,” said Alistair Grenfell, president, Europe, Middle East, Africa and South Asia for IQVIA. “IQVIA’s end-to-end support will speed the clinical development and the commercial launch of new indications that drive argenx’s success. Together, our partnership will create new opportunities to improve human health and bring new hope to patients and their families.”
IQVIA brings together deep scientific expertise with unique technology and analytics to enable life sciences companies such as argenx to accelerate the clinical development and commercialization of innovative products that improve patient lives.
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