Estimated FDA User Fee Review Goals For Pending NDAs/BLAs
This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly
Estimated user fee goals for FDA action on publicly disclosed NDAs, BLAs and efficacy supplements are calculated based on the date of receipt and assignment to standard or priority review. Resubmissions with significant new data or analyses have a 6-month goal. FDA may extend review goals.
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