How do I find due dates for drugs to be approved by the FDA?

How do I find due dates for drugs to be approved by the FDA? Topic: Fda research
June 24, 2019 / By Abijah
Question: I'm interested in investing in a particular company(TWTI) seeking approval for a HPV(Genital Warts) vaccination. I often hear of drugs that are soon to be "judged" by the FDA and a specific date associated with big decision. Where do I find those dates?
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Sunny Sunny | 2 days ago
The best people to ask this question are those at Third Wave - they certainly want you to invest in their company AND they are the ones with the inside information on things like this. They have an investor relations site and an email form just for asking such questions: http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtm... Third Wave Technologies "develops and markets molecular diagnostic reagents for a variety of DNA and RNA analysis applications to meet the needs of our customers. The company offers a number of products based on its InvaderĀ® chemistry for clinical testing. Third Wave offers in vitro diagnostic kits, and analyte specific, general purpose, and research use only reagents for nucleic acid analysis." http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtm... They have created reagents related to HPV diagnosis: http://www.twt.com/products/current.htm If one of their products were up for review by the FDA, it might come under the auspices of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health. However, the FDA does not give out much information about pending approvals to the general public. http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/ As for an HPV vaccine, the FDA just approved one, Gardasil, manufactured by Merck: http://www.fda.gov/womens/getthefacts/hpv.html
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Parris Originally Answered: Do these dates add up?
In my opinion, the only way she could have changed her due date from the 10th (which would be a 40 week, full term pregnancy with her last period being on the 4th) would be if she ovulated super early. Meaning, she really would have had to have ovulated right after her period or during her period, which is weird but not unheard of. Anyway, if they only had sex on March 28th, there's no way he could be the father. That just doesn't make sense as far as dates go. All he can do is wait for the paternity test, though. I've seen crazier things happen. EDIT- She could also have a longer cycle, causing her to ovulate later. This would be the only reason it would be your friend's baby. Also, the doctor may be providing a due date based on measurements of the baby rather than the last menstrual period. Changing a due date this far on based on a sonogram is actually highly innacurate. A sonogram is not very useful in predicting due dates after 12 weeks because all babies grow at different paces. Like I said, wait for the test because anything could happen.
Parris Originally Answered: Do these dates add up?
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