Hemispherx Vows To Fight FDA’s Second Rejection Of Ampligen
This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly
In a “complete response” letter, FDA requested at least one new clinical trial, along with nonclinical studies and numerous data analyses, before approval of the chronic fatigue syndrome drug. Hemispherx continues to assert the existing data support approval and plans an appeal to FDA’s Office of New Drugs.
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