FDA expedites review of Biogen's multiple sclerosis drug

07/8/2009 | American City Business Journals

The FDA granted fast-track designation to Biogen Idec's PEGylated interferon beta-1a, a multiple sclerosis medicine. The drug's potential to treat patients with only one or two injections a month might have been a factor in the agency's decision. Biogen plans on "working closely with the FDA to expedite the compound's development and review process," a company official said.

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