FDA approves former Eli Lilly candidate that delays type 1 diabetes onset

US-based Provention Bio has succeed in bringing a former Eli Lilly candidate that delays type 1 diabetes progression to market.

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The US Food and Drug Administration, FDA, has given its regulatory nod to Tzield, which was submitted for review by US-based biotech company Provention Bio and is based on the former Eli Lilly antibody teplizumab.

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