The FDA turned down Provectus BioPharmaceuticals' (PVCT) request to grant Breakthrough Therapy Designation (BTD) to its experimental skin cancer drug PV-10.
Of course. I told you this BTD rejection was going to happen last January. Being right about the obsolescence of PV-10 doesn't make me especially prescient, it just means I'm sane.
Here's the key line from the letter sent to Provectus by the FDA. Please, everyone, pay attention:
FDA previously communicated concerns regarding the development program and provided advice regarding the type of data that should be systematically collected to investigate the clinical benefit(s) of an intratumoral treatment of a subset of individual lesions in a systemic disease (malignant melanoma), as previously discussed at the April 8, 2010, March 7, 2011, and October 18, 2011, end-of-Phase 2 meetings and the December 16, 2013 General Guidance teleconference.
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