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Company Name
Phone Number & Email
Company Acknowledgement

Egetis Therapeutics, Inc.

Single-Patient EA Policies/Criteria

The goal of this program is to provide expanded access (i.e., before marketing authorization) to tiratricol as treatment for patients with monocarboxylate transporter 8 deficiency (MCT8 deficiency, also known as Allan-Herndon-Dudley syndrome [AHDS]), who in their Treating Physician's opinion, could benefit from tiratricol and meet the eligibility criteria.


Available Therapies via Single-Patient EA

Therapy: tiratricol - currently and investigational drug for the treatment of monocarboxylate transporter 8 deficiency (MCT8 deficiency, also known as Allan-Herndon-Dudley syndrome [AHDS].


Phone Number & Email
Expected Application Timeframe
2 business days

Eli Lilly

Phone Number & Email
Expected Application Timeframe
5 business days

This study is for patients who have participated in a previous study and who continue to receive benefit to have continued access to study drug and/or treatment.

Non Small Cell Lung Cancer
Medullary Thyroid Cancer
Colon Cancer
Breast Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer
Papillary Thyroid Cancer
Other Solid Tumors With Evidence of Activating RET Alteration

Expanded access for participants with cancer with RET activation who are ineligible for an ongoing selpercatinib (also known as LOXO-292) clinical trial or have other considerations that prevent access to selpercatinib through an existing clinical trial. The treating physician/investigator contacts Lilly when, based on their medical opinion, a patient meets the criteria for inclusion in the expanded access program.

Soft Tissue Sarcoma

The purpose of this study is to continue to provide olaratumab to eligible patients who are currently receiving olaratumab commercially for the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma (STS).

EMD Serono

Phone Number & Email
Expected Application Timeframe
5 business days

Entasis Therapeutics

Expected Application Timeframe
3 business days

Epirium Bio Inc

Phone Number & Email
Expected Application Timeframe
5 business days
Single-Patient EA Policies/Criteria

Epirium Bio is committed to developing safe and effective therapies for intractable neuromuscular and neurodegenerative diseases associated with mitochondrial depletion, as well as primary mitochondrial disorders, and providing those therapies to the broadest group of patients as quickly as possible. We also recognize that there are many diverse conditions in which mitochondrial depletion or dysfunction are a key component of the disease process. As part of our commitment to the rare disease community, we will support compassionate use / expanded access programs* when we have substantial scientific evidence to support both the safety and the potential efficacy of an investigational medical product for a given indication, and when it is logistically practicable.

Epirium has a developed a process for determining whether the company will provide an experimental therapy under compassionate use.
In the first step, the company will evaluate whether:
• there is substantial scientific evidence to support both the safety and the efficacy of an investigational medical product for a particular indication;
• it has been established that access on a compassionate use basis will not compromise clinical trials or the regulatory pathway for an investigational medical product;
• there is adequate supply of the investigational medical product; and
• the investigational medical product can be administered – and it is logistically feasible to make it available – outside of the clinical trial setting.
If the company decides that, under the first step, availability of the investigational medical product on a compassionate use basis is possible, then the company will evaluate an individual’s request for access.
This second step uses the following criteria:
• the patient has a serious disease or condition, or whose life is immediately threatened by their disease or condition;
• there is no comparable or satisfactory alternative therapy to diagnose, monitor, or treat the disease or condition;
• patient enrollment in a clinical trial is not possible;
• potential patient benefit justifies the potential risks of treatment;
• providing the investigational medical product will not interfere with investigational trials that could support a medical product’s development or marketing approval for the treatment indication, and;
• all necessary regulatory/institutional approvals have been obtained to allow the administration of the investigational medical product.
Requests for access to investigational medical products must be made by a qualified and licensed physician and will be evaluated by Epirium. Patients interested in seeking expanded access to an Epirium investigational medical product should talk to their physician. Qualified and licensed physicians may make compassionate use / expanded access requests by contacting Epirium by e-mail at Epirium anticipates it will acknowledge receipt of such requests within five business days of their receipt
* Compassionate use programs include requests for access under section 561(b) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, as well as ‘Right to Try’ legislation.

Available Therapies via Single-Patient EA

EPM-01 ((+)-epicatechin)

Disease/Category-Specific EA Policies/Criteria


Phone Number & Email
Expected Application Timeframe
48 hours
Single-Patient EA Policies/Criteria

Erytech’s Public Policy – Compassionate Use (Expanded Access)

Erytech has no marketing approvals for any of its products throughout the globe.

Erytech is a science-led organization researching and developing new medicines through its ERYCAPS® platform. We are currently operating in North America and Europe.

This policy sets out the general principles for Erytech providing compassionate use. It is intended as global guidance, although Erytech will act in strict accordance with all local country laws and regulations on providing compassionate use.

Erytech’s lead product, eryaspase, is supported by clinical evidence from late stage clinical development1.

Erytech is currently conducting late stage clinical trials in second-line pancreatic cancer (Trybeca-1) in Europe and the US, and in first-line Triple Negative Breast Cancer (Trybeca-2) in Europe. More details, including participating investigator centres, can be found on or by sending an email to:

Erytech recognises that not all cancer patients will be suitable candidates for these studies. Where enrolment into a clinical trial is not an option for them, it may be in the interest of patients to have access to eryaspase. Under these circumstances, and where patients are in a life-threatening situation with no satisfactory alternative treatment options, Erytech may provide a treating healthcare professional (HCP) with an investigational medicine such as eryaspase.

As general guidance, Erytech will consider providing Compassionate Use according to the following:

• Erytech considers the appropriateness of compassionate use for all our investigational medicines early on in the planning of our research programmes. At an early stage in a medicine’s development there could be only limited understanding. For example:

  • Uncertainty on the best way to provide the medicine to patients, such as the exact dose to use and frequency.
  • Establishing the medicine’s efficacy and safety profile.

- Erytech provides compassionate use in two ways:

  • Formal programmes
    • Patient populations meeting specific criteria managed under a compassionate use protocol.
  • Named (or individual) patients where appropriate and subject to fulfillment of our criteria.

All requests for compassionate use, which must be made by an HCP, will be considered by Erytech and according to the following:
o Patients are in a life-threatening situation.
o There are no satisfactory alternative treatments (confirmed by the HCP).
o There is sufficient evidence to believe the potential benefit to the patient justifies the risk.
• Compassionate use decisions are made by Erytech’s Chief Medical Officer and are final.

Other key considerations include:

• Any concern that compassionate use of the investigational medicine might somehow compromise any related clinical trial or regulatory pathway.
• Restricted to countries where Erytech is able to provide its product. Currently, this is North America and Europe.
• That use in formal progammes will only take place in countries where Erytech intends to seek regulatory approval and to make the medicine available; the same limitation will not necessarily apply for named (or individual) patients.
• That the proposed compassionate use complies with local laws and regulations.

These criteria ensure Erytech has a consistent approach for our decisions on compassionate use.

To investigate further options for the appropriate access to Erytech’s medicines, any HCP can contact Erytech by sending an email to:

Erytech will acknowledge receipt of a compassionate use request submitted by an HCP within 48 hours.

Patients interested in accessing an Erytech medicine for compassionate use should talk to their doctors.

Erytech is committed to transparency in its interactions with HCPs and health care organizations/institutions consistent with applicable laws and/or codes of practice applicable to the pharmaceutical industry. Erytech will fulfil all regulatory requirements to make public information about our compassionate use activities.

1. Hammel P, Fabienne P, Mineur L, et al. Erythrocyte-encapsulated asparaginase (eryaspase) combined with chemotherapy in second-line treatment of advanced pancreatic cancer: An open-label, randomized Phase IIb trial. Eur J Cancer. 2019;124:91- 101.

Available Therapies via Single-Patient EA


Currently under clinical study in:

- Pancreatic cancer
- Triple Negative Breast Cancer
- Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL)

Disease/Category-Specific EA Policies/Criteria


Expected Application Timeframe
5 business days
Single-Patient EA Policies/Criteria


Expanded access/Compassionate use refers to the use of an investigational therapy, that have not yet been approved by government regulatory agencies, outside a clinical trial, for patients with serious or life- threatening diseases or conditions who lack therapeutic alternatives.

Esperare’s mission is to advance treatments for rare diseases and to promote treatment accessibility through a patient-centered approach.
Accordingly, a Patient Advisory Council dedicated to the XLHED program has been established and provides the opportunity to Esperare and patient groups representatives to work in close collaboration. In particular, clinical development plans are discussed in order to refine development and generate robust and necessary data for an application and to contribute to the common goal of giving the greatest chance of success to this program, with the ultimate objective of maximizing the benefits and minimizing the risks for XLHED patients and their families.

Requests for compassionate use/expanded access will be considered on a case by case basis , in accordance with applicable regulations and in alignment with our mission and values and with the safety of the patient and childbearing mother as a priority. Of note, ER-004 is delivered to the patient before birth by injection into the amniotic fluid, an untried route of administration that requires careful consideration in each individual case.

Inquiries regarding the expanded access may be sent to
Esperare will endeavor to acknowledge receipt of any expanded access questions or requests within 5 business days.

Available Therapies via Single-Patient EA

ER-004 (also known as EDI200) is a protein replacement therapy designed as a substitute for endogenous EDA, a protein missing in XLHED.

Exelixis, Inc.

Phone Number & Email
Expected Application Timeframe
3 business days
Single-Patient EA Policies/Criteria

Exelixis believes that the best way for a patient to have access to an investigational medication is via a clinical trial. Clinical trials, which may be sponsored by Exelixis or by another institution such as an academic medical center or a governmental body, enable rigorous systematic evaluation of a medication and allow for close monitoring of enrolled patients. Clinical trials, including eligibility criteria, are listed at Patients interested in learning if enrollment in a clinical trial is an option for them should consult with their treating physician.

Patients who are not eligible for enrollment in a clinical trial may be able to access an investigational medication via early access. Patients who are interested in obtaining early access to an Exelixis investigational medication should discuss the matter with their treating physician. A request for early access must come directly from the physician to Exelixis.