Inspection Delay Puts Back Hanmi/Spectrum’s Rolontis
US Action Date Now Set For Feb '21
US FDA defers action on Spectrum’s approval application for neutropenia candidate Rolontis due to pandemic-related difficulties inspecting partner Hanmi’s plant. The action date has been put back by around four months although the companies stress no CRL has been issued.
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