Amarin’s Vascepa Positioned For Broad CV Risk Reduction Claim Following US FDA Panel Nod
Despite FDA's concerns, advisory committee unanimously endorses Vascepa's labeling expansion, with 10 of 16 members also favoring approval for secondary as well as primary prevention even as several voiced misgivings about efficacy in the REDUCE-IT trial's lower risk cohort.
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Recent and upcoming US FDA advisory committee meetings and a summary of topics covered.