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Pink Sheet Podcast: Drug Pricing Reforms, Opioid Prescriber Education, China And FDA’s Project Orbis
Pink Sheet reporters and editors discuss new developments in US drug pricing reform, FDA considering mandatory opioid prescriber education again, and including China in the agency’s international parallel review initiative, Project Orbis.
Pink Sheet reporters and editors consider the leadership shake-up at the FDA Office of Vaccines Research and Review, the COVID-19 vaccine booster shot debate, and the impact of new safety measures for several JAK inhibitors.
Pink Sheet reporter explains the increased pressure on the FDA now that a coronavirus vaccine booster plan is in place, the surprising results of a survey of agency advisory committee members, and the recalculation of FY 2022 PDUFA fees.
Pink Sheet reporters and editors discuss Bluebird Bio’s decision to pull its gene therapy business from Europe, Eli Lilly potentially pushing regulatory boundaries with its Olympic TV spots, and the CMS decision to scrap the Trump aministration’s most favored nation reimbursement rule.
Pink Sheet reporters and editor discuss the inspector general assessment of the US FDA’s approval of Aduhelm as well as the accelerated approval program, the FDA race to finish its review of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine BLA, and the lack of agency advisory committee meetings.
Pink Sheet and Scrip editors join Datamonitor Healthcare analysts to discuss Biogen's Aduhelm for Alzheimer's disease, including the expected launch trajectory, early commercial barriers to uptake and the Medicare reimbursement environment.
Pink Sheet reporters and editors discuss Viatris receiving the first interchangeable biosimilar designation, CMS hearing from stakeholders about Aduhelm and other Alzheimer’s drugs, and concerns about expanding pediatric coronavirus vaccine trials to look for rare adverse events.
Pink Sheet reporters and editors discuss increasing complete response letters for breakthrough designees, FDA changing course on statin use during pregnancy, and efforts to use pandemic innovations to improve clinical research going forward.
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