US FDA Lowers Bar for Latest COVID Monoclonal Antibody Authorization
Lilly appeared to benefit from agency’s increased familiarity in treating COVID-19 with these types of biologics. Changing nature of the pandemic and the loss of utility of older antibodies due to the Omicron variant may have also played a role in the data required for latest EUA.
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