Category Archives: Specialty Drug

Eton Pharmaceuticals’ ALKINDI® SPRINKLE is available exclusively through AnovoRx

AnovoRx’s focus is intentionally centered on the unique needs of patients with chronic diseases who rely on specialty and orphan drugs as well as manufacturers

Centene Strengthens Specialty Pharmacy Rare Disease Position with PantherRx Acquisition

Biophama companies are increasingly interested in establishing relationships with  experienced specialty pharmacies to dispense rare disease drugs to patients

PantherRx Rare and Orsini Specialty Pharmacy Chosen as Partners for OXLUMO

Alnylam® Pharmaceuticals selected PantherRx Rare and Orsini Specialty Pharmacy as limited distribution partners for OXLUMO™ (lumasiran). OXLUMO is the first and only treatment approved for primary hyperoxaluria type 1 (PH1) to lower urinary oxalate levels in pediatric and adult patients. PH1 is an ultra-rare genetic disease characterized by the overproduction of oxalate, a waste product that […]

CareMetx, LLC’s OutcomeRx Launches a Reinsurance Product for Cell and Gene Therapies

OutcomeRx focuses on engaging with biotech companies to think through, structure, and manage value-based agreements

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) Patients Have Choice of Medications

The number of chronic infusion therapies for neuromuscular disorders continues to grow

Genentech (Roche) and Blueprint Medicines Collaborate to Increase Market Access

Both Gavreto and AYVAKIT are available through Blueprint’s specialty distribution network and two specialty pharmacies: Biologics by McKesson and PantherRx

RareMed Solutions Providing Non-Commercial Dispensing Services for PTC Therapeutics’ EMFLAZA

RareMed Solutions is the nation’s only (pure) rare and devastating disorder patient service provider (PSP)

New Pharmacies in Dallas Increase Access to HIV Medications

The pharmacies will offer 24/7 access to clinical support staff as well as disease prevention, treatment education and free prescription drug delivery as well as hard-to-find specialty drugs.