FDA finalizes CAR-T and gene therapy guidance, offers support for accelerated approvals
The FDA on Monday finalized two guidance documents to help sponsors developing therapies in two crowded areas: gene therapies using genome editing and ex vivo-manufactured CAR-T cell products.
The 19-page final version of the genome editing guidance is clear about the agency’s stance on the use of the accelerated approval pathway and now includes a statement expressing the agency’s support, as FDA officials like Peter Marks and others have previously signaled:
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