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IPQ Monthly Update – January/February 2020 in Review

In this issue, IPQ explores the need for excipients that are fit-for-purpose in meeting the complex challenges of formulating, manufacturing, and delivering the new generation of medicines and making them as safe, efficacious, and patient- and distribution-friendly as possible. The five parts of the story focus on: ● a novel excipient review proposal from FDA and stakeholder comments ● industry thought leaders on the novel excipient drivers ● the issues involving subcutaneous biotherapeutics, pediatrics, and delayed release ● USP initiatives supporting novel excipient development, and ● assessing and managing excipient risks.

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USP Views Early Broad Stakeholder Engagement as Essential in Developing Performance-Based Standards for Biologics

The U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) views expanded early engagement with key stakeholders through workshops, roundtable meetings/studies, and Pharmacopeial Forum (PF) Stimuli articles as an essential component in advancing performance-based standards for biologic products.

IPQ Monthly Update – August 2019 in Review

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, […]

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.

Refined Training, Project Selection, and Membership Processes Strengthen ICH’s Global Harmonization Efforts

Refined processes for training, project selection and membership are strengthening ICH’s ability to realize in practice the global harmonization objectives of its guideline development efforts, ICH leaders are affirming.

IPEC Digesting Implications of China’s Ending of Separate Excipient Approval Process

The International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council (IPEC) is working with its members and China’s Center for Drug Evaluation [CDE] to digest and manage the implications of the decision in China to switch from a separate approval process for pharmaceutical excipients to submission and review of an excipient dossier together with a drug application.

Diverging Regional Excipient Regulations Are Creating Problems for Excipient Manufacture, Distribution and Use Globally

A review of the way excipients are regulated by agencies around the world reveals that regional regulations continue to proliferate and the differences are creating problems for the manufacture, distribution and use of excipients globally. 

Novel Excipients, DMFs, and Atypical Actives Among Pressing Issues on IPEC-Americas’ Front Burner

Novel excipients, drug master files (DMFs), and atypical actives are among the pressing issues on which the International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council (IPEC) is actively engaged with the major regulatory agencies and standards organizations around the world.
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