US FDA Rebukes Another Sponsor For Touting Investigational Product Based On Subgroup Efficacy
CytoDyn’s COVID-19 candidate leronlimab joins BrainStorm’s ALS therapy in being taken to task as FDA has become more willing to publicly counter investigational drug data announcements it considers to be misleading.
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