Prialt Review Shows Swing In FDA’s Statistical Preference
This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly
FDA reanalyzed Elan's Prialt (ziconotide) data using its now-preferred conservative technique for imputation of missing data in chronic pain trials to assuage concerns that the protocol-specified analysis could magnify treatment effect
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