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FDA Talking To Industry About Releasing “Complete Response” Letters

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

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Commissioner Hamburg says conversations are underway with industry to allow the agency to release its reasons for not approving a product, in part so others will not waste funds repeating known failures. FDA is also working to remove user fee revenue from sequestration.

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