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Oversight on implementation of the Orphan Drug Act (Public Law 97-414)

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources.

Oversight on implementation of the Orphan Drug Act (Public Law 97-414)

hearing before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, first session, on reviewing the radioepidemiological tables and thyroid cancer research (section 7 of the Orphan Drug Act, Public Law 97-414), April 12, 1983.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Thyroid gland -- Cancer.,
  • Causation.,
  • Iodine -- Isotopes.

  • Edition Notes

    Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche.

    SeriesS. hrg -- 98-573.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 63 p. :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17663387M

      The United States Orphan Drug Act passed in provides four provisions to spur the development of medications for conditions that might otherwise have been abandoned. The Office of Orphan Drug Product Development was established to provide assistance in protocol development, and to administer a grants by: 5.   The average cost per patient for an orphan drug was $, in compared with $30, for a mass-market drug, according to a EvaluatePharma report on the top-selling drugs in the U.S.

      In the United States, the Orphan Drug Act of started to incentivize the production of orphan drugs. In , there were orphan drug designations accepted, while . Since Congress passed the Orphan Drug Act of , the Food and Drug Administration has awarded more than 1, designations and approved more than products. The Orphan Drug Act – Implementation and Impact 1 OEI Advocates report that orphan products are usually accessible to patients.

    As we celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the Orphan Drug Act (see our 30th anniversary post here), periodic consideration of opportunities to reform and refine the approach to rare disease medical product regulation is warranted – similar to the review that occurred 10 years ago, which resulted in the establishment of the CDER Rare Diseases Program and first FDA public hearing on orphan drugs. Subpart A--General Provisions § - Scope of this part. § - Purpose. § - Definitions. § - Address for submissions.. Subpart B--Written Recommendations for Investigations of Orphan Drugs § - Content and format of a request for written recommendations. § - Providing written recommendations. § - Refusal to provide written recommendations.


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Oversight on implementation of the Orphan Drug Act (Public Law 97-414) by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Better World Books 1 Oversight on implementation of the Orphan Drug Act (Public Law ): hearing before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, first session, on reviewing the radioepidemiological tables and thyroid cancer research (section 7 of the Orphan Drug Act, Public Law ), Ap Oversight on implementation of the Orphan Drug Act (Public Law ): hearing before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, first session, on reviewing the radioepidemiological tables and thyroid cancer research.

In total, 13 orphan drugs in this sample were approved based on a single efficacy trial, including 8 based on a single Phase IIItrial, 4 based on a single Phase IItrial, and 1 based on a single Phase Itrial.

The sample as a whole was approved on the basis of a median of two efficacy trials (IQR: ) per drugCited by: 9.

Oversight on implementation of the Orphan Drug Act (Public Law ): hearing before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-eight Congress, first session, on reviewing the radioepidemiological tables and thyroid cancer research (section 7 of the Orphan Drug Act, Public Law ), Ap Orphan Drug Act, Relevant Excerpts (Public Lawas amended) Last updated August Orphan Drug Designation (ODD) is granted to drug products that are used to treat a rare disease, defined by the Orphan Drug Act of as having a prevalence of less thancases in the United States.

35 If the drug is a vaccine, diagnostic drug, or preventive drug, a rare disease or condition is also defined as having an incidence of. Any drug developed u nder the Orphan Drug Act o f 4 th Janua ry (ODA) is an orphan drug.

The ODA is a federal law co nc erning rare diseases (orphan diseases) that affect fewer than. The Orphan Drug Act of is a law passed in the United States to facilitate development of orphan drugs —drugs for rare diseases such as Huntington's disease, myoclonus, ALS, Tourette syndrome and muscular dystrophy which affect small numbers of individuals residing in the United States.

Orphan drug designation does not indicate that the therapeutic is either safe and effective or legal to manufacture Acts amended: Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. The debate over cost and access to drugs has long raged between patients, health advocates, and pharmaceutical companies.

For patients with “orphan diseases,” or rare diseases which affect fewer thanpeople in the United States, this debate becomes particularly acute, as the Orphan Drug Act passed by Congress in threatens to drive up prices for highly specialized treatments.

This essay reflects on the ethical outcomes of the Orphan Drug Act and argues that lax FDA oversight has led to the approval of ineffective orphan drugs. The Orphan Drug Act () established several incentives to encourage the development of orphan drugs (ODs) to treat rare diseases and conditions.

This study analyzed the characteristics of OD designations, approvals, sponsors, and evaluated the effective patent and market exclusivity life of orphan new molecular entities (NMEs) approved in the US between and Cited by: Congress enacted the Orphan Drug Act (ODA) in to provide pharmaceutical product sponsors with incentives to develop drugs for rare diseases and conditions.

Under the ODA, FDA may designate a drug product as an “orphan drug” if it is intended to treat a. The Orphan Drug Act of is a law passed in the United States to facilitate development of orphan drugs — drugs for rare diseases such as Huntington's disease, myoclonus, ALS, Tourette syndrome and muscular dystrophy which affect small numbers of individuals residing in the United States.

Orphan drug designation does not indicate that the therapeutic is either safe and. Orphan-drug legislation (panel)1 was intended to make drugs for rare diseases suffi ciently profi table to bring to the market.

Legislation in both the USA and in the European Union has been eff ective in meeting that goal. Since the passage of the US Orphan Drug Act inmore than products for rare diseases have received. Title(s): Oversight on implementation of the Orphan Drug Act (Public Law ): hearing before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, first session, on reviewing the radioepidemiological tables and thyroid cancer research (section 7 of the Orphan Drug Act, Public Law ), Ap PUBLIC LAW JAN.

4, 96 STAT. Public Law 97th Congress An Act To amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to facilitate the development of Jan. 41 Orphan Drug Act - Amends the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to allow sponsors of a drug for a rare disease or condition (orphan drug) to request the Secretary of Health and Human Services to provide written recommendations for the non-clinical and clinical investigations which must be conducted with the drug before: (1) it may be approved.

Gives greater oversight of bulk pharmaceutical compounding and enhances the agency's ability to track drugs through the distribution process comprehensive drug abuse prevention and control act Formed the DEA to enforce the laws concerning controlled substances and their distribution and introduced a stairstep schedule of controlled substances.

OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL The mission of the Office of Inspector General (OIG), as mandated by Public Lawis to protect the integrity of the Department of Health and Human Services programs as well as the health The Orphan Drug Act - Implementation and Impact 7 File Size: 90KB.

Success of the Orphan Drug Act has brought with it pushback from payers, policymakers, and legislators. Pushback may be warranted in some instances. But, a case-by-case approach examining the. Incentives to orphan drugs providers in term of R&D, intellectual property and marketing; As early asthe Public Health authorities realised that legislation on orphan drugs was needed signing of the 'Orphan Drug Act'.

This law defines the 'orphan drug' with regard to prevalence (frequency) of the disease for which it is indicated in the.Orphan Drug Act of Orphan drug is a drug that is intended for use by a few patients with rare diseases.

Developing these drugs is usually not cost effective. Not surprisingly, drug companies have taken a liking to orphan drugs. In fact, orphan drugs are expected to account for % of all global prescription sales byaccording to a report by the Evaluate Group. The GAO report should helpfully provide a treasure trove of data to justify changes to the Orphan Drug Act to prevent its abuse by.