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Pfizer Pipeline
As of November 6, 2014
Disclaimer
● As some programs are still confidential, some candidates may not
be identified in this list. In these materials, Pfizer discloses
Mechanism of Action (MOA) information for candidates from
Phase 2 through regulatory approval. With a view to expanding
the transparency of our pipeline, Pfizer is including new indications
or enhancements, which target unmet medical need or represent
significant commercial opportunities. The information contained
on these pages is correct as of November 6, 2014.
● Visit Pfizer.com/pipeline, Pfizer’s online database where you can
learn more about our portfolio of new medicines and find out
more about our Research and Development efforts around the
world.
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Table of Contents
Pfizer Pipeline Snapshot
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Cardiovascular & Metabolic Diseases
5
Inflammation & Immunology
6
Neuroscience & Pain
7
Oncology
8
Rare Diseases
9
Vaccines
10
Other Areas of Focus
(including Biosimilars)
11
Projects Discontinued Since Last Update
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Backup: Regulatory Designation Definitions
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Pfizer Pipeline Snapshot
9 programs advanced
or are new
Discovery
Projects
Phase 1
35
Pipeline represents progress of R&D
programs as of November 6, 2014
Included are 64 NMEs, 17 additional
indications, plus 5 biosimilars
Phase 2
22
Phase 3
23
2 projects discontinued since
last update
4 programs advanced
or are new
Discovery
Projects
Phase 1
34
Phase 2
23
Phase 3
20
Pipeline represents progress of R&D
programs as of August 7, 2014
Included are 61 NMEs, 17 additional
indications, plus 5 biosimilars
4 projects discontinued since
last update
Pfizer Pipeline
Snapshot as of
November 6, 2014
Registration
6
Total
86
Recent Approval
- Eliquis for Venous Thromboembolism Treatment (US)
- Trumenba (meningococcal group B vaccine) for Active
Immunization to Prevent Invasive Meningococcal Disease (US)
Pfizer Pipeline
Snapshot as of
August 7, 2014
Registration
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Total
83
Recent Approval
- Eliquis for Venous Thromboembolism
Treatment (EU)
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New Molecular Entity
Pfizer Pipeline – November 6, 2014
Therapeutic Area
Cardiovascular
and
Metabolic Diseases
Compound Name
Mechanism of Action
bococizumab (RN316 ) (PF04950615)
PCSK9 Inhibitor
Treatment of Hyperlipidemia (Biologic)
Phase 3
ertugliflozin (PF-04971729)
SGLT-2 Inhibitor
Diabetes Mellitus-Type 2
Phase 3
PF-00489791
PDE5 Inhibitor
Diabetic Nephropathy
Phase 2
PF-04634817
CCR2/5 Antagonist
Diabetic Nephropathy, Diabetic Macular
Edema
Phase 2
PF-04937319
Partial Glucokinase Activator
Diabetes Mellitus-Type 2
Phase 2
PF-05175157
Acetyl-CoA carboxylase Inhibitor
Diabetes Mellitus-Type 2
Phase 2
►PF-06291874
Glucagon Receptor Antagonist
Diabetes Mellitus-Type 2
Phase 2
PF-06282999
Acute Coronary Syndrome
Phase 1
►PF-06293620
Diabetes Mellitus-Type 2 (Biologic)
Phase 1
►PF-06427878
Hyperlipidemia
Phase 1
(Phase 2 through regulatory approval)
Indication
Phase
►Indicates that the project is either new or has progressed in phase since
the previous portfolio update of Pfizer.com
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New Molecular Entity
Pfizer Pipeline – November 6, 2014 (cont’d)
Therapeutic Area
Inflammation
and
Immunology
New Indication or
Enhancement
Compound Name
Mechanism of Action
Xeljanz (tofacitinib)
JAK Inhibitor
Psoriasis (Oral)
Phase 3
Xeljanz (tofacitinib)
JAK Inhibitor
Ulcerative Colitis
Phase 3
Xeljanz (tofacitinib)
JAK Inhibitor
Psoriatic Arthritis
Phase 3
PF-00547659
MAdCAM Inhibitor
Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis (Biologic)
Phase 2
PF-04171327
Selective Glucocorticoid
Receptor Modulator
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Phase 2
PF-04236921
IL-6 Inhibitor
Crohn’s Disease, Lupus (Biologic)
Phase 2
PF-05285401
Multipotent Adult Progenitor Cell
Ulcerative Colitis (Biologic)
Phase 2
PF-06473871 (EXC 001)
CTGF Inhibitor
Dermal Scarring
Phase 2
Xeljanz (tofacitinib)
JAK Inhibitor
Ankylosing Spondylitis, Psoriasis (Topical),
Crohn’s Disease, Atopic Dermatitis, RA (EU),
*QD MR
Phase 2
Dekavil
Rheumatoid Arthritis (Biologic)
Phase 1
PF-03715455
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Phase 1
PF-04965842
Lupus
Phase 1
PF-06263276
Psoriasis (Topical)
Phase 1
PF-06342674
Diabetes Mellitus-Type 1, Multiple Sclerosis
(Biologic)
Phase 1
PF-06480605
Crohn's Disease (Biologic)
Phase 1
►PF-06650833
Lupus
Phase 1
(Phase 2 through regulatory approval)
►Indicates that the project is either new or has progressed in phase since
the previous portfolio update of Pfizer.com
Indication
Phase
* Note: Additional indications in Phase 1. Tofacitinib QD is currently
conducting a pivotal Phase 1 study with registrational intent.
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New Molecular Entity
Pfizer Pipeline – November 6, 2014 (cont’d)
Therapeutic Area
Neuroscience
&
Pain
New Indication or
Enhancement
Compound Name
Mechanism of Action
Celebrex
COX-2
Chronic Pain (US)
Registration
Remoxy**
Mu-type opioid receptor (MOR-1) Agonist
Severe Pain (US)
Registration
ALO-02 Oxycodonenaltrexone core
Mu-type opioid receptor (MOR-1) Agonist
Severe Pain
Phase 3
Lyrica
Alpha-2 Delta Ligand
Peripheral Neuropathic Pain
Phase 3
Lyrica
Alpha-2 Delta Ligand
CR (once a day dosing)
Phase 3
tanezumab
Nerve Growth Factor Inhibitor
OA Signs and Symptoms (on clinical hold)
Phase 3
PF-02545920
PDE10 Inhibitor
Huntington’s Disease – (ORPHAN – U.S.)
Phase 2
ponezumab (PF-04360365)
Beta Amyloid Inhibitor
Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy (Biologic)
Phase 2
PF-05212377 (SAM-760)
5HT6 Antagonist
Alzheimer’s Disease
Phase 2
tanezumab
Nerve Growth Factor Inhibitor
Cancer Pain (Biologic)
Phase 2
PF-04958242
Schizophrenia
Phase 1
PF-05089771
Chronic Pain
Phase 1
PF-05236812 (AAB-003)
Alzheimer’s Disease (Biologic)
Phase 1
PF-06372865
Chronic Pain
Phase 1
PF-06412562
Cognitive Disorder
Phase 1
PF-06649751
Parkinson's Disease
Phase 1
PF-06669571
Cognitive Disorder
Phase 1
PF-06743649
Gout
Phase 1
(Phase 2 through regulatory approval)
Indicates Regulatory Designation – See Definitions in Backup
Indication
Phase
** Note: On October 27, 2014 we announced our intent to discontinue our
agreement and return all rights to Pain Therapeutics in April 2015.
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New Molecular Entity
Pfizer Pipeline – November 6, 2014 (cont’d)
Therapeu
tic Area
Oncology
New Indication or
Enhancement
Compound Name
Mechanism of Action
►palbociclib
(PD-0332991)
CDK 4,6 Kinase Inhibitor
1st Line Advanced Breast Cancer (U.S.) (BREAKTHROUGH,
PRIORITY REVIEW), *Cancer
Registration
►Bosulif (bosutinib)
Abl and src-family Kinase Inhibitor
1st Line Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (ORPHAN - U.S.)
Phase 3
dacomitinib (PF-00299804)
pan-HER Inhibitor
1st Line EGFR mutant Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer,*Cancer
Phase 3
Inlyta (axitinib)
VEGF Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor
Renal Cell Carcinoma Adjuvant, * Cancer combo w/
Merck’s Keytruda (PD-1, pembrolizumab)
Phase 3
inotuzumab ozogamicin
CD22-targeted cytotoxic agent
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (Biologic) (ORPHAN - U.S., E.U.)
Phase 3
palbociclib
(PD-0332991)
palbociclib
(PD-0332991)
palbociclib
(PD-0332991)
Sutent (sunitinib)
CDK 4,6 Kinase Inhibitor
1st Line Advanced Breast Cancer (E.U.)
Phase 3
CDK 4,6 Kinase Inhibitor
High Risk Early Breast Cancer
Phase 3
CDK 4,6 Kinase Inhibitor
Recurrent Advanced Breast Cancer
Phase 3
Multiple Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor
Phase 3
Xalkori (crizotinib)
c-MET-ALK Inhibitor
Inlyta (axitinib)
PF-04449913
PF-05212384
VEGF Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor
SMO (smoothened) antagonist
PI3K-mTOR Inhibitor
PF-06263507
PF-06463922
Renal Cell Carcinoma Adjuvant
ALK-Positive 1st Line Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (ORPHAN - U.S.), *Cancer
Liver Cancer
Acute Myeloid Leukemia
3rd Line Colorectal Cancer
Cancer (in combination with
PF-05212384)
Cancer
Cancer (Biologic), Combo w/ Merck’s Keytruda (PD-1,
pembrolizumab)
Cancer (Biologic)
Cancer
PF-06647263
Cancer (Biologic)
Phase 1
PF-06650808
Cancer (Biologic)
Phase 1
►PF-06664178
Lung Cancer (Biologic)
Phase 1
(Phase 2 through regulatory approval)
PD-0325901
PF-03084014
PF-05082566
►Indicates that the project is either new or has progressed in phase since the previous portfolio update of Pfizer.com
Indication
* Note: Additional indications in Phase 1
Phase
Indicates Regulatory Designation – See Definitions in Backup
Phase 3
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 1
Phase 1
Phase 1
Phase 1
Phase 1
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Pfizer Pipeline – November 6, 2014 (cont’d)
Therapeutic Area
Rare Diseases
New Molecular Entity
New Indication or
Enhancement
Compound Name
Mechanism of Action
tafamidis meglumine
Transthyretin (TTR)
Dissociation Inhibitor
Transthyretin familial amyloid polyneuropathy (U.S.)
(FAST TRACK, ORPHAN - U.S.)
Vyndaqel (tafamidis
meglumine)
Transthyretin (TTR)
Dissociation Inhibitor
Adult Symptomatic Transthyretin Cardiomyopathy
(ORPHAN - U.S.)
Phase 3
Rivipansel (GMI-1070)
Pan-Selectin Antagonist
Vaso-occlusive crisis associated with Sickle Cell
Disease (FAST TRACK, ORPHAN - U.S., E.U.)
Phase 2
PF-05230907
Intracerebral Hemorrhage (Biologic)
Phase 1
PF-05280602
Hemophilia (Biologic) (ORPHAN - U.S.)
Phase 1
PF-06252616
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (Biologic) (ORPHAN U.S., E.U.)
Phase 1
PF-06260414
Cachexia
Phase 1
PF-06687859
Spinal Muscular Atrophy (FAST TRACK, ORPHAN U.S., E.U.)
Phase 1
(Ph 2 through regulatory approval)
Indication
Phase
Registration
Indicates Regulatory Designation – See Definitions in Backup
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New Molecular Entity
Pfizer Pipeline – November 6, 2014 (cont’d)
Therapeutic Area
Vaccines
Compound Name
Mechanism of Action
MnB rLP2086
(PF-05212366)
Prophylactic Vaccine
Adolescent and Young Adult Meningitis B
(E.U.)
Phase 3
4-Antigen Staphylococcus
Aureus Vaccine (SA4Ag)
(PF-06290510)
Prophylactic Vaccine
Staph aureus (FAST TRACK)
Phase 2
PF-06425090
Clostridium difficile Vaccine
Clostridium difficile Colitis (FAST TRACK)
Phase 2
PF-05402536
Smoking Cessation
Phase 1
PF-06444752
Asthma
Phase 1
(Phase 2 through regulatory approval)
Indication
Phase
Indicates Regulatory Designation – See Definitions in Backup
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Pfizer Pipeline – November 6, 2014 (cont’d)
New Molecular Entity
New Indication or
Enhancement
Biosimilar
Therapeutic Area
Other Areas of
Focus
(Biosimilars)
Other Areas
of
Focus
Compound Name
Mechanism of Action
►PF-06438179 (a potential
infliximab Biosimilar*)
Tumor Necrosis Factor
Inhibitor
Rheumatoid Arthritis (Biosimilar)
Phase 3
►PF-05280586 (a potential
rituximab Biosimilar*)
CD20 Antigen Antagonist
Follicular Lymphoma (Biosimilar)
Phase 3
PF-05280014 (a potential
trastuzumab Biosimilar*)
erbB2 TK Inhibitor
Metastatic Breast Cancer (Biosimilar)
Phase 3
PF-06410293 (a potential
adalimumab Biosimilar*)
Rheumatoid Arthritis (Biosimilar)
Phase 1
PF-06439535 (a potential
bevacizumab Biosimilar*)
Cancer (Biosimilar)
Phase 1
Conjugated
estrogens/bazedoxifene
Viviant
bosutinib
(Ph 2 through regulatory approval)
Tissue Selective Estrogen
Complex
Selective Estrogen
Receptor Modulator
Abl and src-family kinase
Inhibitor
►Indicates that the project is either new or has progressed in phase since
the previous portfolio update of Pfizer.com
Indication
Phase
Menopausal Vasomotor Symptoms and Osteoporosis
(EU)
Registration
Osteoporosis Treatment and Prevention (US)
Registration
Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease
Phase 2
* Biosimilarity has not yet been established by
regulators and is not claimed.
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Projects Discontinued from Development since
August 7, 2014
New Molecular Entity
New Indication or
Enhancement
Compound Name
Mechanism of Action
PD-0360324
M-CSF Inhibitor
Sarcoidosis, *Lupus (Biologic)
Phase 2
PF-03446962
ALK1 Inhibitor
2nd Line Hepatocellular Carcinoma (Biologic)
Phase 2
(Phase 2 through regulatory approval)
Indication
Phase
* Note: Additional indications in Phase 1
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Backup
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Regulatory Designation Definitions
●
Fast Track (U.S.) is a designation available to a product if it is intended, whether alone or in combination with one or more other drugs, for
the treatment of a serious or life-threatening disease or condition, and it demonstrates the potential to address unmet medical needs for
such a disease or condition. This designation is intended to facilitate development and expedite review of drugs to treat serious and lifethreatening conditions so that an approved product can reach the market expeditiously. More information about the qualifying criteria and
features of the Fast Track program can be found on the FDA’s website.
●
Breakthrough Designation (U.S.) may be granted to a drug (alone or in combination with 1 or more other drugs) intended to treat a
serious or life-threatening disease or condition, and preliminary clinical evidence indicates that the drug may demonstrate substantial
improvement over existing therapies on one or more clinically significant endpoints, such as substantial treatment effects observed early in
clinical development. A drug that receives breakthrough designation is eligible for all fast track designation features and an FDA
commitment to work closely with the sponsor to ensure an efficient drug development program. More information about the qualifying
criteria and features of the Breakthrough program can be found on the FDA’s website.
●
Orphan Drug (US) - Orphan drug status may be granted to drugs and biologics that are intended for the diagnosis, prevention, or
treatment of rare diseases/disorders that affect fewer than 200,000 people in the U.S., or that affect more than 200,000 persons but
where it is unlikely that expected sales of the product would cover the sponsor’s investment in its development. More information about
the qualifying criteria, features, and incentives involved in an orphan drug designation can be found on the FDA’s website.
●
Orphan Drug (Europe) - Orphan drug status may be granted to drugs and biologics that are intended for the diagnosis, prevention or
treatment of a life-threatening or chronically debilitating condition affecting no more than 5 in 10,000 persons in the European Union at
the time of submission of the designation application, or that affect more than 5 in 10,000 persons but where it is unlikely that expected
sales of the product would cover the investment in its development. More information about the qualifying criteria, features, and
incentives involved in an orphan drug designation can be found on the EMA’s website.
●
A U.S. drug application will receive a priority review designation if it is for a drug that treats a serious condition and, if approved, would
provide a significant improvement in safety or effectiveness. A priority designation is intended to direct overall attention and resources to
the evaluation of such applications. A priority review designation means that FDA’s goal is to take action on the marketing application
within 6 months of receipt (compared with 10 months under standard review). More information about the qualifying criteria and
features of a priority review designation can be found on the FDA’s website.
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