Vertex unveils cystic fibrosis data, talks of using priority review voucher
Vertex will use a priority review voucher this year to speed the review of its next-generation cystic fibrosis candidate known as the “vanza triple” program.
Pivotal data released on Monday support the combination therapy as a potentially more effective and convenient version of Vertex’s currently approved Trikafta, which generated more than $9.8 billion in 2023 sales. The company plans on filing for approval in the US by mid-2024, and it will use a priority review voucher to shorten the review time from 10 months to six months, executives said on a fourth-quarter earnings call on Monday.
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