FDA slaps a hold on Gilead’s injectable HIV treatment over concerns about potential glass contaminants

The FDA is coming down on yet another therapy over concerns about glass particulates winding up in drug solution.

Regulators have slapped a clinical hold on 10 trials studying injectable versions of Gilead’s experimental HIV treatment lenacapavir, due to concerns that vials made of borosilicate glass could lead to the...

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