Ocular Therapeutix (NSDQ:OCUL) revealed last week that it received a subpoena from the Securities and Exchange Commission dated Dec. 15, requesting information about the company’s post-surgical pain relief implant, Dextenza, which was rejected by the FDA earlier this year.
The Bedford, Mass.-based company did not specify what the SEC was asking for, but noted that the request covers communications between Ocular Therapeutix and the FDA, as well as investors.
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