Leo Pharma goes head to head with Janssen in new psoriasis trial

Leo Pharma will test its psoriasis drug Kyntheum against Janssen's Tremfya, thereby also testing new-generation biologic treatments for psoriasis.

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In a new clinical trial, Danish pharmaceutical company Leo Pharma tries to get wind in the sails of the firm's first biologic treatment, Kyntheum.

Leo Pharma plans to test Kyntheum against Janssen's drug Tremfya, which, similarly to Kyntheum, has been approved for treating moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis.

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