Amarin Says REDUCE-IT Results Are Off Limits To Omega-3 Supplement Claims
REDUCE-IT results are limited to Amarin's Vascepa "and cannot be extrapolated to omega-3 products that are materially different based on, for example, composition, dosage, and regulatory status," pharma firm says in complaints against Coromega and Omax. Amarin seeks to stifle the omega-3 supplement firms despite First Amendment argument it made in successful litigation against FDA to make truthful statements about its products even though the information is not approved by the agency.
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CVOT results for Amarin's fish-oil pill show an unprecedented reduction in cardiovascular deaths. While questions have been raised about an LDL increase in the placebo group, an investigator says the overall results are too good to be explained by a well-known mineral oil effect.
Cardiovascular outcomes data exceeded expectations for the fish oil pill, vindicating Amarin, which has fought long and hard for Vascepa's place in the CV disease prevention market. A filing based on REDUCE-IT is expected in early 2019.