Vanda Objects To FDA’s ‘Highly Prejudicial’ Hearing Process And ‘Extra-Regulatory’ Requirements
Vanda says FDA improperly requires it to disprove all alleged deficiencies in its Hetlioz application for jet lag. Contentious approach to notice of opportunity for hearing contrasts with that of Intarcia and Lexicon, which also seek hearings over FDA’s proposal to refuse their applications.
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Intarcia Gets Chance For AdComm Review Of ITCA 650; Hearing For Sotagliflozin Shot Down
FDA chief scientist encourages Intarcia to request advisory committee review of CDER’s proposal to refuse approval of its drug-device diabetes treatment. CDER again denies Lexicon request for hearing on proposal to deny approval of its SGLT2 inhibitor.
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Vanda complaint against US FDA says generic label is not the same as Hetlioz and omission of braille lettering will increase medication errors. Company seeks recall of Teva’s product.