(CercleFinance.com) – Pfizer announced on Friday evening that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had refused to approve the marketing of somatrogon, a weekly human growth hormone that it developed in collaboration with Opko. Health.
In a press release, the American health giant said it intended to work with the American health authority to find a way to market this long-term treatment intended for children who are stunted.
This long-acting injectable product has already been approved in Japan, Canada and Australia and is currently under review in Europe.
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