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Maureen Kenny

Executive Editor

London, UK
Maureen's expertise in bringing exclusive, business-critical content to the expanded Pink Sheet audience builds upon her many years' experience as an editor and reporter. Most recently, Maureen headed Scrip Regulatory Affairs, an indispensable publication for both pharmaceutical and medtech regulatory affairs professionals worldwide. She managed the publication's move from print to digital. Previous leadership roles also include being editor of Clinica Medtech Intelligence and acting editor of Scrip Intelligence. She chaired the DIA EuroMeeting plenary session in Paris in April 2015 and spent two years in New York covering the pharmaceutical industry in the US, Canada and, being a fluent Spanish speaker, Latin America. Maureen is based in London.

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Five New EU Filings Leave Starting Blocks at EMA

There is one orphan drug among the five new marketing authorization applications that the European Medicines Agency has under review. All five drugs will be reviewed under standard review timelines.

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Zyntgelo Advocates Accuse UK HTA Body Of Failing To 'Understand Patients' Lived Experience’

The UK Thalassaemia Society says that HTA body NICE fails to properly incorporate patient experiences into its decision making and that its patient engagement processes need reform. The marketing of Zynteglo, the gene therapy from bluebird bio for which the group is advocating, has just been temporarily suspended. 

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EU Fast-Track Fail For Another BMS CAR-T Cell Therapy

Bristol Myers Squibb says it is common for cell and gene therapies to revert to the standard timetable as ide-cel follows liso-cel in losing its accelerated assessment status at the European Medicines Agency. Separately, the company has discontinued development of orva-cel, a CAR-T cell therapy that was earlier in the development pipeline.

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AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Data ‘Not Sufficient’ For Approval In Switzerland

Switzerland's medicines agency says it wants to see more data on AZD1222 before it can approve the vaccine. Also, a rolling review of Novavax's NVX-CoV2373, yet another COVID‑19 vaccine, is under way at the European Medicines Agency. 

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Rejection Rate Soars In Q4 For EU Fast-Track Requests

October and November 2020 were bad months for companies seeking to have their planned EU filings fast-tracked through the centralized drug review system at the European Medicines Agency.

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EU Accelerated Assessment Tracker

Global Blood Therapeutics' EU marketing application for Oxbryta (voxelotor) will undergo standard review once it is filed after the company failed to secure fast-track status for the sickle cell disease treatment. Only one product was granted accelerated assessment in October and November.

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