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The European Medicines Agency says that Shionogi’s novel antibiotic, Fetcroja, should be approved for use across Europe but that Lilly's migraine drug, Emgality, should not be authorized for the extended indication of episodic cluster headache.
EU marketing applications from Vertex and Roche have reverted to standard review timelines at the European Medicines Agency. The outcomes of three fast-track requests that companies have made for their planned filings are still unknown.
Vertex is hoping for EU approval in Q4 of its cystic fibrosis triple combination therapy, Trikafta. It wants the same licence in the EU as it has in the US, where the product has already become a best seller for the company.
KTE-X19, Kite’s potential new CAR-T therapy, will in the end be fast-tracked at the European Medicines Agency. Lilly failed to secure the speedy review it was seeking for selpercatinib
Priority review is likely in the US for Kite’s second CAR-T therapy offering but it seems the company will have to make do with standard review in the EU.
Hot on the heels of winning EU fast-track review status for belantamab mafodotin, GlaxoSmithKline has asked the European Medicines Agency to grant accelerated assessment to another of its planned marketing applications.