FDA to release list of surrogate endpoints in oncology
Scott Gottlieb, FDA Commissioner, said Monday at the National Press Club in Washington, DC that his agency will release a list of surrogate endpoints used in cancer drug development soon.
His speech touched on four topics — including modernizing the trial process and enabling payers to leverage more open access to real world data. “In the coming weeks, for the first time, CDER will publish on the web, a list of the surrogate endpoints that were the primary basis of approval or licensure of a drug or biological for both accelerated and traditional approvals,” he said.
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