Covid-19 roundup: Pfizer-backed BioNTech plans to seek FDA OK for a new vaccine 'as early as' October — ahead of the election
BioNTech execs say they’re on track to get their late-stage data on a Covid-19 vaccine — partnered with Pfizer — into the hands of regulators as early as October.
In their Q2 release Tuesday morning, the biotech reported that investigators could have late-stage data as early as October, and they won’t be wasting any time in hustling that over to the FDA.
“I am incredibly proud of our team, who has worked tirelessly to initiate our BNT162 Phase 2b/3 trial in record time and put us in a position to seek regulatory review as early as October of this year, if our trials are successful,” said Ugur Sahin, BioNTech’s CEO and co-founder.
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