Denmark passes on four new medicines, recommends two

The Danish Medicines Council has gone over six submissions during its August meeting, four of which were scrapped.

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On Wednesday last week, the Danish Medicines Council had bad news for Abbvie, Genzyme, and AOP Orphan Pharmaceuticals Sweden.

During its monthly meeting, the council rejected an application from Abbvie, which was seeking support to use Skyrizi (risankizumab) in adult patients with active psoriatic arthritis who do not benefit from conventional disease modifying antirheumatic drugs.

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