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Abrysvo is recommended for use in pregnant people 32-36 weeks gestation if administered from September to January. For infants whose mothers were not vaccinated in this window, nirsevimab is recommended for prevention of respiratory syncytial virus infection.
NASH Drug Development: Experts Argue The Case For Noninvasive Tests As Surrogate Endpoints For Approval
However, FDA officials appear skeptical that imaging-based and circulating biomarkers are ready for prime time when it comes to supporting accelerated approval of drugs for noncirrhotic nonalcoholic steatohepatitis.
Panelists at a recent Duke-Margolis meeting cite growing use of native ads and patient influencers, as well as the limited attention given to presentation of risk information, in calling for a re-examination of how pharmaceutical promotion on digital platforms is regulated.
Pink Sheet’s Drug Review Profile looks at the timeline behind the development and FDA review of CellTrans’ treatment for type 1 diabetes.
Although the CRL delayed the cell therapy’s approval by almost two years, additional CMC-related testing requested by the FDA ultimately came to be seen as a good thing by sponsor CellTrans because it provided assurance of product consistency.
Pink Sheet Podcast: Regeneron’s COVID Monoclonal Deal, New FDA Advisor, Project Optimus In Cancer Combos
Pink Sheet reporter and editors discuss the somewhat novel pricing language in Regeneron’s deal with the US government to develop a COVID-19 monoclonal antibody, US FDA Commissioner Robert Califf hiring a new senior advisor, and optimizing dosing in cancer combination therapies.