The latest global regulatory news, changes and updates affecting medical devices and technologies, including: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Cowen Washington Research Group, European Commission, GE Healthcare
Whether large or small, or based in the U.S. or abroad, life sciences companies are an increasingly attractive target for shareholder suits. The number of securities fraud class action suits filed in the U.S. in 2019 across all industries totaled 404, just one more than the 403 cases filed in 2018 and down from the peak of 412 in 2017, according to a new Dechert LLP report.
PERTH, Australia – Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is seeking input from industry stakeholders on a proposal to increase its fees to cover projected deficits this year. The proposal outlines three options.
Ra Medical Systems Inc., of Carlsbad, Calif., reported that the U.S. FDA has granted investigational device exemption (IDE) approval to study its DABRA excimer laser system as an atherectomy device to treat peripheral vascular stenosis.
About a month-and-a-half earlier than expected, Horizon Therapeutics plc has won FDA approval for teprotumumab in thyroid eye disease (TED), a progressive autoimmune condition that disproportionately affects women.