22 New and 41 Revised BE Guidance Documents Posted!  AAM Continues to Voice Same Concerns

While we are thankful for the FDA’s work on issuing bioequivalence guidance documents, we worry about the impact of the constant and sometimes significant revisions to previously issued draft or final bioequivalence guidance recommendations on the review and approval process.  It seems that we are not alone!

In remarks made at the November 27th FDA meeting “Identifying the Root Causes of Drug Shortages and Finding Enduring Solutions”,

In an Unusual Move, FDA Reopens Comment Period on BE guidance for Sucralfate Suspension

While the FDA does appear to listen rather intently to comments on its bioequivalence (BE) draft guidances, and will occasionally reopen comment periods, it is still the exception rather than the rule.  Today a Federal Register (FR) notice (here) announced another sixty-day comment period during which such comments will be entertained.