Genitope Moves NHL PGx Rx Into Phase II Trials; Plans to Submit for FDA OK in 2008 | GenomeWeb
Genitope next year will likely submit its new personalized immunotherapy for follicular non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma for US Food and Drug Administration approval, Pharmacogenomics Reporter has learned.
 
A spokesperson representing Genitope told Pharmacogenomics Reporter last week that the company is “working closely with the FDA to prepare for a potential BLA filing in 2008” if clinical trials “are successful.”
 

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