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Oncology Review Division At The Head Of The Pack – But Can The Others Keep Up?

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

Analysis of drug review performance by division finds Cardiovascular & Renal Drugs Division to occupy the lower end of the spectrum. Staffing appears to be a vital component of review performance, giving weight to the researchers’ warning of impending wholesale staff turnover.


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