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Litany of deficiencies, including product quality shortcomings and a failed Phase III clinical efficacy study, may make it impossible for the agency to exercise the type of flexibility it has with the approval of other treatments for ALS and neurodegenerative diseases.
Sponsor’s assertion of a ‘floor effect’ cannot explain the lack of difference versus placebo on clinical endpoints, and there is no evidence that assessed biomarkers are reasonably likely to predict clinical benefit, agency says. Although advisory committee will focus primarily on efficacy, FDA also cites concerns about ‘grossly deficient’ product quality information.
Deal Snapshot: Looking to add to its neuroscience pipeline, Takeda acquires rights to the antisense candidate AS-202 from AcuraStem for development as a potential amyotrophic lateral sclerosis therapy.
Draft guidance describes seven types of confirmatory evidence that can be used with one adequate and well-controlled clinical study to demonstrate substantial evidence of effectiveness, including evidence from expanded access, real-world data, and studies of other drugs in the same class.
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