Y-mAbs Gives Thanks For First Approved Drug Danyelza
Gets FDA OK For Neuroblastoma
US regulators refused to accept the file for one of Y-mAbs's neuroblasoma drugs – omburtamab – in October but have given the green light to a second one, naxitamab.
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Advisory committee supports further research on end-of-induction response as an early interim clinical endpoint for drugs in treatment of high-risk neuroblastoma. FDA has approved two drugs for this rare disease in children, who have a 40-50% chance of long-term survival.
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Another victim of the COVID-pandemic, Celgene's $9-per-share contingent value right tied to BMS obtaining approval of three drugs goes unrealized due to FDA travel restrictions slowing down site inspections. Clene goes public, United Therapeutics buys PRV from Y-mAbs.