Three members of an independent FDA advisory panel say they received advanced information ahead...
Wednesday, December 26, 2012, 12:43 PM ETThree members of an independent FDA advisory panel say they received advanced information ahead of U.S. regulators in May 2010 regarding the rejection of a drug from InterMune (ITMN -2.5%), which is now at the heart of a trading investigation of SAC Capital. ITMN’s shares fell 5.4% the day before the company announced the rejection. However, others at the FDA were also aware of the rejection too, and there’s no evidence the 11 panelists did anything wrong.
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