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Medical Advances Get More Chances When Safety Issues Arise

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

Withdrawn “me too” NMEs were removed from the market sooner after post-marketing safety signals than first-in-class or advance-in-class NMEs, showing the importance of available alternative therapy (or the lack thereof) in post-marketing risk management decisions.


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