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The UK National Health Service is to test the world's first ‘subscription’ payment model to tempt drug makers to develop new products for resistant infections.
Long-time deputy John Farley becomes acting director of the Office of Antimicrobial Products. Cox, who served as the director of the office for more than a decade, joins Regeneron to serve as vice president of regulatory affairs.
Lefamulin was approved in the US to treat community-acquired bacterial pneumonia, providing a needed IV and oral drug initially in the hospital setting, but new antibiotics have been a tough sell.
US FDA's approval of the TB Alliance's pretomanid regimen for highly treatment-resistant tuberculosis comes with an LPAD designation and advisory committee-requested language to limit use.
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