Torrey Cope looks at the recent FDA emphasis on the challenges of a China-only trial strategy. He explores the FDA concern that a China-only clinical trial will be unable to prove that a drug is suitable for the U.S. population, and considers the regulatory requirements for U.S. approvals based on ex-U.S. trial data.
Chris Fanelli explains how emerging cellular and gene therapy companies present unique challenges and unique opportunities from a compliance perspective. He explores some of the tools that buyers can use to assess GxP compliance at the due diligence and post-acquisition stages.
Becky Wood in Washington, D.C., Emily Marden in Palo Alto, and Josefine Sommer in Brussels look at new FDA guidance on the use of real-world data to support new indications and post-approval study requirements.
Prior to their webinar on Thursday, October 7, Coleen Klasmeier and Jaime Jones consider some of the effects of the final rule.
FDA’s final rule to amend its medical product ‘intended use’ regulations has now been in effect since September 1. The changes which the final rule makes to the definition of intended use, as interpreted by FDA in the accompanying preambles, expand the types of evidence that are deemed relevant to determining whether a lawfully marketed drug or device has a new intended use and whether a product is intended for use as a drug or device.