New guidlines could delay Amylin's long-acting diabetes drug

03/3/2008 | Reuters

The FDA has suggested changes to trials for diabetes drugs, which may delay approval of a once-weekly form of exenatide, a diabetes treatment Amylin Pharmaceuticals is developing with Eli Lilly and Co. and Alkermes. Amylin has already released promising Phase III trial data for the drug's long-acting version but said it does not expect to seek FDA approval before mid-2009.

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