ChemoCentryx Soars On Phase III Avacopan Data In ANCA Vasculitis
The company and partner Vifor said the selective complement 5a receptor inhibitor met both primary and multiple secondary endpoints; US and EU filings are planned for 2020.
You may also be interested in...
ChemoCentryx gets US approval of Tavneos for ANCA vasculitis, which it says may gradually ramp up to a blockbuster revenue opportunity. Current steroid-heavy standard of care has many drawbacks.
This quarter has already seen a complete response letter for Iterum Therapeutics’ antibiotic sulopenem but a raft of other products are expecting approval decisions from the US Food and Drug Administration in the next three months. With the help of analysts at Biomedtracker, Scrip takes a look at 10 of the more interesting ones.
Phase III trial was statistically significant, but US FDA argues complex study design makes it unclear that ChemoCentryx’s avacopan offers a clinically meaningful benefit, including a safety advantage, for ANCA vasculitis. Agency had tried to direct company to better designed trials earlier in development program.