With 37 Novel Approvals in 2022, US FDA CDER’s Five-Year Hot Streak Comes To An End; Gene Therapies Carry CBER To 8 Novel Approvals
US FDA’s novel agent count fell back to average as agency kept up high rate of complete response letters and refuse to file actions; CBER’s workload shifted to regenerative medicine.
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Moderation was a theme of the year in novel approvals, as CDER’s median review time rose for the first time in five years and even the center’s fastest approval took more than seven months. A Pink Sheet infographic breaks down which review pathways did the best last year.
Pink Sheet infographic breaks down the trends and surprises in 2022 approvals. Cancer therapies and non-malignant hematology exceeded the average use of expedited review programs but were weighted to orphan diseases, while dermatology saw first-in-class approvals for big markets.
Pink Sheet infographic details the 20 complete response letters the US FDA issued for novel agents last year.