Breakthrough's Achilles Heel: Alexion’s Newly Acquired Kanuma Delayed By Manufacturing
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
FDA extends the PDUFA date for enzyme replacement therapy by three months so agency can review chemistry, manufacturing and controls information; another drug, Strensiq, is also pending at FDA without any action.
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