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Alaric DeArment

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Alaric has covered health care and the biopharma industry for over 12 years. He started out covering retail pharmacy for Drug Store News and shifted to writing for the pharma audience at BioPharm Insight, where highlights of his coverage included breaking stories about the early growing pains of CAR-T cell therapy development. Most recently he covered the biopharma beat at MedCity News. His professional interests include cell and gene therapies, hematology-oncology and the intersection of biopharma with artificial intelligence and machine learning. A native of Seattle, he holds a bachelor degree in journalism from Ball State University and also lived in China for three years. He is currently based in Brooklyn. Outside of work, Alaric’s interests include reading, coin collecting, travel and languages.

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Merck’s COVID-19 Therapeutic Development Path Gets A Little Harder

After backing off of MRK-7110 for hospitalized patients the company’s focus is on the oral antiviral molnupiravir for outpatients – which would be a huge win, but the drug has yet to fully prove itself in the clinic.

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Do R&D Spending And Approvals Really Measure Innovation?

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Sanofi Stays Bullish On Synthorx IL-2 Drug, But It’s Early Days

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