PDG navigates the complexities of the US pharmaceutical industry for clients through our strategic drug development services that include analysis of commercial potential during early stages of clinical development in parallel with regulatory planning.
FDA recently announced critically important information for all generic drug manufacturers which will require generic drug manufacturers to develop and implement safety-related changes to their labeling. If/when implemented, generic companies will have a paradigmatic shift in their role related to safety surveillance and labeling updates. Prior to this new rule generic companies could only change…Details
A recent study found that 78% of generic drug labels are inconsistent with the labeling of the reference listed drug (Duke et. Al 2012). While most of the differences were relatively minor, nearly one in ten were off by more than ten side effects. The researchers reviewed 9,105 labels representing over 1,500 drugs on DailyMed,…Details
The FDA Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA) contains 140 pages of changes to the pharmaceutical industry, including a pronounced change to User Fees for Published Drugs and Biosimilar Products. These changes may have quite an impact on your strategic development plans, which addressing sooner rather than later can have a effect on your bottom line. …Details
According to the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS), the “The eCTD has become the standard for many regulatory agencies around the world.” FDA’s CDER and EMA have mandated eCTD specifications for all electronic submissions. FDA is forecasting mandates for electronic-only submissions for Abbreviated New Drug Applications (ANDA) and type II Drug Master Files (DMF), Biologics License…Details
The Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA) goes to the Senate for a vote next week after passing by a large margin in the House June 20. The new user fee legislation will result in a number of changes at FDA including generic user fees. At the current pace, signature into law…Details
As was previously promised, here are the transcripts (1 2) from FDA’s meeting entitled “Utilizing Innovative Technologies and Other Conditions of Safe Use To Expand Access to Nonprescription Drugs.” Contact us to find out how our experience can help your company expand your line of prescription and OTC products.
Recent FDA Presentation on Advertising, Promotional Compliance, Social Media Helpful and Informative
Recently, representatives from PDG attended the second meeting of the Central Florida chapter of RAPS. Featured was a presentation by Leo J Lagrotte, Consumer Safety Officer, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), FLA-DO/TMP-RP entitled “FDA Perspective on Advertising and Promotional Compliance and Social Media”. Mr. Lagrotte’s patient and thorough explanation of topics such as solicited vs.…Details
FDA has long held the position that they are subject to take aggressive action against companies that market drugs they consider unapproved. FDA’s most recent notice to industry stated that “any unapproved new drug introduced onto the market after September 19, 2011 will be subject to immediate enforcement action, without prior notice and without regard…Details
Nanotechnology is an emerging technology that has the potential to be used in a broad array of FDA-regulated products, including medical products, foods and cosmetics. Nanomaterials, developed using nanotechnology, are measured in nanometers, — equal to about one-billionth of a meter — so small that they can’t be seen with a regular microscope. These nanomaterials…Details