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Drug Pipeline Insights Report

4 new drugs to watch this year

Breakthrough treatments for menopause, Alzheimer's and hemophilia are coming.

By Sumit Dutta, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Optum Rx­ | Published: Jan. 2023

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Slowing Alzheimer's decline and a potential cure for hemophilia A

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Welcome to the first issue of Drugs to Watch for 2023

In this Drug Pipeline Insights Report, we feature:

  • Two new treatments for Alzheimer's disease: lecanemab and donanemab
  • RoctavianTM (valoctocogene roxaparvovec), a first-in-class gene therapy for hemophilia A 
  • A first-in-class, non-hormonal treatment for menopause associated-vasomotor symptoms (VMS): fezolinetant

New hope for hemophilia

Roctavian could reduce or eliminate the need for costly clotting factor replacement therapy in some patients. Last fall, we reviewed etranacogene dezaparvovec for hemophilia B, which is now approved with the brand name Hemgenix®

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