17
Sep
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September 2021 ANDA Approval Actions Slow Through the First Half of the Month

Through the last posting on the daily approval list on September 16, OGD has reported only 16 full approval actions and one tentative approval action.  If this rate keeps up through the rest of the month, we are likely to see the fewest number of monthly approval actions since the beginning of the GDUFA program. […]

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12
Aug

Ever See a PANDA In Real Life?  Of Course You Did – You May Even Own One!

In today’s prepublication of the Federal Register listing (here), there is a notice asking for stakeholder comments on the treatment of pre-1962 applications approved as ANDAs that were actually (unbeknownst to most) submitted under section 505(b) of the Act and approved under section 505(c) of the Act, like an NDA.  The historical issues leading to […]

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06
Aug

Skinny Label Is Still Losing Weight – Can It Survive or Will It Starve to Death?

In previous posts here and here, we outlined the attack on the carveout provisions of the Hatch-Waxman Act (also lovingly known as the “skinny label”) that the crafters of the Act included to ensure that generic drugs could get to consumers if there were certain patents or exclusivity issues that would otherwise block entry into […]

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30
Jul
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Changes to the Clozapine REMS will Take Effect on November 15, 2021 – Be Prepared

Clozapine was one of the first drugs to have a “REMS” system in place to ensure safe use such that patients developing clozapine-induced severe neutropenia were precluded from getting the drug, which would do further damage, and, thus, avoiding potentially life-threatening scenarios. Initially, the REMS program was independently operated by the innovator and, once the […]

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