Michael Sinks is Associate Director, Regulatory Affairs, Gilead Sciences, US.
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The Olaratumab experience
As highlighted within this CPD article, a conditional marketing authorisation (CMA) can be revoked in Europe. However only one occurrence has occurred since 2006 (in April 2019). Lartruvo (olaratumab), a humanised antibody, was granted a CMA via accelerated assessment on 9 November 2016 for adult patients with a locally advanced, ...
Gene therapy: regional assessment comparison
Axicabtagene ciloleucel (tradename YESCARTA) is an autologous chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T) therapy that targets CD19 and is approved for the treatment of aggressive, relapsed or refractory forms of B-cell non-Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL). The active substance is composed of a patient’s cells that have undergone ex vivo modification, which causes ...
Global regulatory frameworks for the development of gene therapy products
Gene therapies have the potential to revolutionise the global healthcare system. Some of these products may offer curative benefits to patients with devastating conditions. This continuing professional development (CPD) supplement provides an overview of the regulatory framework for the development of gene therapy products in key markets.
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Expedited drug development regulatory pathways in the EU and the US
This continuing professional development (CPD) supplement focuses on the regulatory framework available to drug developers for expediting their products’ development and review processes in the EU and US. These mechanisms are relevant for products which address an unmet medical need in the treatment of a serious and/or life-threatening condition.