GSK Proposal For Novel Delivery NRT Leaves FDA Doubting 'Real World' Efficacy
In briefing materials NDAC to consider NDA for first mouth spray delivery NRT, agency also questions whether GSK study data show product is safe for OTC access for consumers. DNDP notes the GSK's clinical trial "consistent with a prescription use setting" showed higher success second trial "designed to be consistent with typical OTC use."
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