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“Breakthrough” Flexibility: FDA Answers Industry Call On Manufacturing Data

This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet

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Agency says the amount of regulatory leeway given on CMC data requirements will take into account such factors as seriousness of the condition and robustness of the sponsor’s quality system.

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