US Approval For Peanut Allergy Therapy Palforzia
Restrictions Could Limit Uptake
Aimmune has secured approval for the first ever peanut allergy treatment, but safety, cost and administration issues could limit the drug's uptake.
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The French biotech's chances of competing with Aimmune's Palforzia in the peanut allergy market have been boosted after US regulators decided that a fresh Phase III trial for the Viaskin Peanut patch would not be required for resubmission.
Since Palforzia likely will be the only peanut allergy drug on market for some time, Nestle announces it will pay about $2.6bn to acquire the 80% of Aimmune it doesn’t own.
The French company's hopes of joining Aimmune's Palforzia on the peanut allergy market soon have been shattered after US regulators issued a complete response letter to its Viaskin Peanut patch. A lot now depends on how much work DBV will have to do to satisfy the FDA.