Human Health

Modern biotechnology provides breakthrough products and technologies to combat debilitating diseases. Innovative medicines and cures help people lead longer, healthier lives and positively impact society by providing economic value far beyond their cost. To ensure these transformative therapies get to the people who need them, BIO is committed to advancing policies that foster innovation, fuel investment and encourage the entrepreneurial spirit that has made America the global leader in this cutting-edge field.

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Letters, Comments & Testimony
October 28, 2022
On October 28th, BIO submitted comments to the World Health Organization on its new draft guideline containing regulatory considerations and requirements for the marketing authorization of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) and related products based on an immunoglobulin framework. In the comments…
October 28, 2022
On October 28th, BIO submitted comments on the ICH E11A Pediatric Extrapolation Guideline as published by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). In the comments submitted, BIO voiced appreciation for the guideline’s clear explanation for how pediatric extrapolation can be applied practically to…
November 1, 2022
On November 1st, BIO submitted comments in response to the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) recent Pharmaceutical Science and Clinical Pharmacology Advisory Committee meeting. The meeting was primarily focused on two topics: the future of the Quality Management Maturity (QMM) program and the…
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