Regeneron's Inmazeb Overcame FDA Combo Product Requirements With Nonclinical Evidence
The individual contribution of the three mABs in Regeneron’s Ebola treatment could not be clinically tested due to the highly lethal nature of the disease and the potential for development of resistance; instead, the FDA accepted nonclinical data demonstrating the mechanism of action for each component.
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