Hemophilia Gene Therapies Should Have REMS For Approval, National Hemophilia Foundation Says
Agency should require physician training, facility certification, and patient registry as a condition for approving BioMarin's and CSL Behring’s investigational gene therapies, the advocacy group says. It calls for treatment to be limited to the population studied with no-off label use.
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