Taiwanese approval for Integra LifeSciences' fake skin:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Taiwan's Ministry of Health has given Integra LifeSciences the go-ahead to import and market its INTEGRA Artificial Skin, a permanent dermal regeneration template. The US company was issued a special license by the Taiwanese government last year to import INTEGRA to treat severely burned soldiers at a military hospital. The skin product is marketed in 19 countries including the US and Canada.
You may also be interested in...
Regulatory review resource-intensive cell and gene therapy licensing applications are rolling toward US FDA along expedited pathways, while complete response letters and missed goal dates start to stack up under pandemic inspection constraints.
With Warp Speed Decisions Already Made, Transitioning To Biden Admin Should Be No Trouble, Slaoui Says
As vaccines near availability, Moncef Slaoui says his full-time role at OWS may be ending. He has not met with the Biden Transition team, but notes that other Warp Speed officials have.
Strong top-line efficacy in pyruvate kinase deficiency patients who don’t receive regular transfusions looks approvable, analysts say, but Agios will await data in regularly transfused patients.