US FDA Tiptoes Further Into Off-Label Use Discussions With CURE ID App
App allows clinicians to discuss off-label treatments, but information is intended to be hypothesis-generating, not for regulatory use.
You may also be interested in...
The US FDA heard a lot about the structural, medical and especially financial barriers facing coccidioidomycosis, or Valley fever, drug development soon after the agency refused to qualify the rare fungal infection for priority review voucher incentives.
After slow start early in SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, CURE ID now has more than 150 case reports of drugs to treat the coronavirus.
US FDA/NIH smartphone app is intended to allow clinicians and others to talk about potential treatments for infectious diseases, but so far COVID-19-related activity has been limited.