This time we will focus on technical writing and preparation for it. Also, I will provide some primary recommendations for CMC writers. The IND/IMPD being a regulatory document, has the same structure as CTD dossier. However, it includes remarkably less information on the developmental product, yet, the technical writers should understand that they will need to prepare the document in the way to reflect the actual production process and control further during the development in the later clinical phases.
Occasionally we see the information of a safety signal for medical product, but what does it really mean? We can describe the safety signal as an indication for new and significant safety-related data for a marketed product. The new data could indicate a new potentially causal association between an adverse event, beneficial response and a medical product, or a new aspect of causal association that was previously known. Usually, a signal will be relevant for all products with the same active ingredient, including the combination products. Further, let’s look more at the main steps of the safety signal management.