Keeping Track: StrataGraft Continues US FDA’s Biologic Center Approvals Streak; Another CRL For Avenue’s Tramadol IV
The latest drug development news and highlights from the Pink Sheet’s US FDA Performance Tracker.
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Avenue Therapeutics seems unlikely to get advisory committee support for its opioid analgesic over the agency’s conclusion that the drug’s ‘minimal benefit’ is outweighed by a potential risk from its delayed onset of pain relief. FDA has issued two complete response letters and denied Avenue’s first request for a formal dispute resolution.
Ardelyx will add to FDA’s growing dispute resolution queue with plan to appeal tenapanor complete response letter; Avenue Therapeutics’ IV tramadol dispute resolution tops out with FDA plea for advisory committee advice.
Congenital athymia treatment Rethymic (RVT-802) is still under FDA review, with an 8 October user fee goal date, but FDA announced the regenerative medicine product had earned a rare pediatric disease priority review voucher; agency says the notice was published in error and will be withdrawn.