PTI’s Remoxy: Negative FDA Panel Review May Be The End Of Abuse-Deterrent Opioid's Road
Concerns that the extended-release oxycodone product poses the same potential for intravenous abuse as Endo’s withdrawn Opana ER drive FDA advisory committee recommendation against approval, laying the groundwork for a fourth complete response letter; FDA’s comparison of Remoxy to Opana during the meeting ‘borders on slanderous,’ PTI CEO Barbier tells Scrip, predicting sponsors will be dissuaded by the shifting regulatory goalposts for abuse-deterrent formulations.
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Not Another Opana: US FDA Panel Rejects PTI’s Remoxy On Intravenous Abuse Concerns
Studies showing oxycodone could be extracted for intravenous use troubled advisory committee members, who worried it would result in the same types of adverse public health effects that led to market withdrawal of Endo’s Opana ER; panelists also were concerned about the ability to partially defeat Remoxy’s extended-release properties by chewing the product.