Brilinta Review Sparks War Of Words Between FDA Cardio-Renal Division’s Marciniak, Stockbridge
This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly
The ticagrelor NDA ignited strong opinions from the cross-discipline team leader about sponsor AstraZeneca’s conduct, drawing a forceful response from the review division director.
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