FDA hands a ‘breakthrough’ designation to Seattle Genetics’ pivotal-stage cancer drug enfortumab
Seattle Genetics and their partners at Astellas got a boost from the FDA today for their quest to score an accelerated approval for enfortumab vedotin.
The agency has stamped their breakthrough drug designation on the program, highlighting its potential as the drug makes its way through a pivotal Phase II study for metastatic urothelial cancer. That’s a welcome endorsement for Seattle Genetics $SGEN, which has tapped this drug as one of its top clinical prospects.
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