Topic: Phase 2 Clinical Development

Debunking the Instant Myth of FDA as Rubber Stamp

FDA’s high approval rate for New Drug Applications (NDAs) is much in the news, with headlines like the one on a Matthew Herper post at Forbes: The FDA Is Basically Approving Everything. Here’s the Data to Prove It. The data comes from an analysis that Forbes commissioned at BioMedTracker. When FDA approves 23 out of… Read more »

Meeting the Challenges of Phase 2 Clinical Development

Some investigational products successfully make the transition from phase 2 to phase 3 while most fall by the wayside. Disregarding products that fail because they simply lack efficacy or safety, what makes the difference between phase 2 success for a relative few products and failure for most? In our view, the key to maximizing chances… Read more »