GSK’s Trelegy Ellipta: US FDA Panel To Weigh Role Of Inhaled Corticosteroids On Mortality Results
GSK wants labeling to reflect all-cause mortality results from the 10,355-patient IMPACT trial of the triple-combination therapy for COPD, but FDA questions whether the survival benefit was driven by the abrupt halt in inhaled corticosteroid treatment for some randomized subjects.
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Survival benefit seen in GlaxoSmithKline’s IMPACT study may be due to negative effects of abrupt withdrawal of inhaled corticosteroids for some patients instead of benefits of the triple-combination therapy itself, advisory committee members said.
Recent and upcoming US FDA advisory committee meetings and a summary of topics covered.
Agency has created a centralized team to help review divisions with virtual advisory committee preparations and is trying to notify sponsors earlier in the review process about the need for a panel; sponsors cite importance of having a back channel of communications so team members can communicate with each other while an AdComm is underway.