Lilly’s Cyramza Wins Slim Nod, But Steba’s Tookad Falls Hard At US FDA Panel
Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee votes 6-5 that ramucirumab’s benefit/risk profile is favorable in first-line lung cancer, but 13-2 that pivotal trial data do not support approval of Steba’s vascular-targeted, photodynamic therapy for low-risk prostate cancer.
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Recent and upcoming US FDA advisory committee meetings and a summary of topics covered.
Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee will consider whether a statistically significant benefit on progression-free survival, but no survival advantage, is enough to secure a first-line lung cancer indication for ramucirumab.