FDA Grants Standard Review for Pfizer's NDA for Bosutinib in Ph-Positive CML

The US Food and Drug Administration has accepted Pfizer's new drug application for bosutinib, an investigational drug for previously treated Philadelphia chromosome-positive chronic myeloid leukemia patients.

Pfizer said this week that the agency will conduct a standard review of the NDA, which places it on a 10-month review cycle from the date of its receipt.

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