Why Sarepta’s Gene Therapy Trial Enrollment Has Been More Successful Than Its Other DMD Therapies
The EMBARK trial’s availability to more patients likely contributed to the much quicker enrollment than confirmatory trials for Exondys 51, Vyondys 53 and Amondys 45, which also saw enrollment targets and eligibility ages change over the years.
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As Sarepta again brings a product application from the brink of rejection to the cusp of approval, the one-month review delay creates more assurance the confirmatory EMBARK trial will be completed as well as providing more time for label negotiations with the US FDA.
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Accelerated approval seems imminent after a majority of the US FDA’s Cellular, Tissue and Gene Therapies Advisory Committee voted the risk-benefit balance supported it.
DisEMBARK? FDA Questions Accelerated Approval Impact On Sarepta’s Fully Enrolled Clinical Trial
Advisory committee will consider how approval of SRP-9001 now might affect completion of the 52-week endpoint in EMBARK, a fully enrolled trial with two-thirds of the subjects coming from the US. Sarepta says all study subjects will have guaranteed access to the DMD gene therapy by end of September, making the risk of dropout ‘extremely low.’