Minute Insight: Pear Gets FDA’s STeP Designation For Chronic Pain Therapeutic
Pear Therapeutics is developing the Pear-010 digital therapeutic for virtual reality-delivered pain reduction in adults with acute postoperative and postprocedural pain. Its inclusion in FDA’s Safer Technologies Program (STeP) program suggests the FDA is committed to continuing that program for products that treat non-life-threatening or reversible conditions.
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Minute Insight: Pear Therapeutics Inks Agreement With SoftBank To Develop Japan-Focused Digital Therapeutic
Pear Therapeutics signed an agreement with SoftBank to develop a Japan-focused digital therapeutic, but regulatory questions remain.
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