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CBER Reviewers Are Working with Sponsors in Exploring CMC Flexibility for Cell and Gene Therapies

Reviewers with FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) are working with sponsors to determine how and where flexibility can be applied in the type and extent of CMC information expected at the time of cell and gene therapy (CGT) product submissions.

CBER and CDER Directors Offer Insights on Overcoming Hurdles to Biomanufacturing Innovation at NIIMBL Annual Meeting

Among the ways that public/private collaborations could play a critical role in advancing cell and gene therapy (CGT) manufacturing would be helping create a non-proprietary set of adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors, CBER Director Peter Marks proposed at the third annual meeting of the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL), held in Crystal City, […]

IPQ Monthly Update – July 2019 in Review

The first story in IPQ’s Monthly Update for July explores the FDA/CDER efforts to make its quality review process more standardized, transparent, streamlined, IT rich, and knowledge management friendly through its interrelated KASA and PQ/CMC initiatives. The second story explores the attention industry and regulators are now giving to the complex web of issues that come into play in the effective use of preservatives in pharmaceuticals.

Regulators and Industry Are Probing More Deeply into the Complexities of Preservative Usage

Regulators and industry are exploring more deeply the complex web of issues involved with effective use of preservatives in drug products, as the challenges and the consequences come into clearer view.

KASA and PQ/CMC Initiatives Gain Momentum in FDA’s Effort to Strengthen Quality Review Process

The efforts of FDA’s Office of Pharmaceutical Quality (OPQ) to standardize and streamline the CMC information in applications and how it is reviewed – initially for abbreviated new drug applications (ANDAs), and eventually for NDAs, and even biological license applications (BLAs) – is beginning to take concrete form.

IPQ Monthly Update – June 2019 in Review

The first story in IPQ’s June issue provides an update on the effort going on in Europe to create a more transparent, effective, and uniform process for regulating the quality of drug-device combination (DDC) products and how a draft guideline issued in June is contributing to that effort. The second explores the regulatory developments in China, the implications for pharma and excipient suppliers producing products for a global market, and how IPEC is encouraging China to more closely align with international norms.

EMA’s Draft Guideline on Drug-Device Combinations Sheds Needed Light on Expectations for Device Assessment

EMA’s draft guideline on quality requirements for drug-device combination (DDC) products provides a template for the new concept of the notified body opinion (NBOp), intended to help ensure a consistent interpretation by individual assessors, notified bodies, and industry.

IPEC Continues to Encourage China to Align with Global Science-Based Excipient Standards

Global excipient manufacturers, working through the International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council (IPEC) Federation and IPEC-China, continue to encourage the Chinese Pharmacopeia (ChP) to propose science-based changes that would move the ChP toward better alignment with other global pharmacopeias.

IPQ Monthly Update – May 2019 in Review

The May 2019 Monthly Update provides the last two in a series of four IPQ stories on the current developments and industry/regulator interactions around data integrity. Explored are: ● the regulatory/industry interactions, initiatives, and findings on the detection of DI lapses, preparing for inspections, and remediation, and ● the technical challenges of data management as the data pool grows, and the strategies MHRA and industry experts are recommending to meet them. [The March/April Monthly Update provides the first two stories in IPQ’s DI series.]

MHRA Inspectors are Advocating Data Mapping as a Key First Step on the Data Integrity Pilgrimage

Data process mapping is being strongly encouraged by inspectors from the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) as a first step in planning, establishing, and maintaining the controls necessary to secure data integrity.
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