FDA December 2013 Products Receiving Orphan Designation

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Please note: Updated 01/02/14 with 12/31/13 FDA Updates.

The chart below identifies FDA December 2013 Products Receiving Orphan Designation as of 01/02/14 in ascending “Designation Date” order.

Some Observations

•   21 products receive orphan designation in December 2013 (as of 01/02/14)

•   2 products receive orphan designation for Multiple Myeloma

•   Canakinumab receives orphan designation for 2 indications

•   20 % of the orphan designations are for an oncology indication.

FDA December 2013 Products Receiving Orphan Designation

Num

Generic Name Designation Date Orphan Designation

1

                                                                      Canakinumab 12-05-2013 Familial Mediterranean Fever

2

     Canakinumab 12-05-2013 Hyperimmunoglobulinemia D

and

Periodic Fever Syndrome

3

     Sotatercept 12-05-2013 Beta-Thalassemia Intermedia

and Major

4

     O2-(2,4-dinitrophenyl)   1-[(4-ethoxycarbonyl)piperazin-1yl]diazen-1-ium-1,2-diolate 12-13-2013 Multiple Myeloma

5

     Marizomib   12-13-2013 Multiple Myeloma

6

     Human…

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Joy Is in the Air!

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Seasons Greetings

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”
-William Arthur Ward

As the holiday season arrives, we would like to take this opportunity to let you know that it’s readers like you who make our efforts here at the AAPS Blog not only gratifying but enjoyable. Thank you for your contributions, your readership, and your feedback. We appreciate your continued support!

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How to Stay Motivated

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The pain of discipline is greater than the pain of failure. That simple fact leads to more failure than any other single factor. When we lack the discipline required for success we also lack the ability to “push-on” when we face the struggles associated with long-lasting success. There are struggles within every successful endeavor and within every successful endeavor someone found the motivation to continue the way forward.

Average people need someone to motivate them. Successful people find a way to motivate themselves and ask for help when they can’t. Here are just a few of the methods they use to get going when the going gets tough:

They re-dream the dream. Before they quit they remember why they started, they remember what’s in it for them if they can keep going. They see the end of the rainbow and reach for it again. It is that “reach” that…

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