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Accelerated Drug Approvals: FDA May Involve NCI In Confirmatory Trials

Executive Summary

The National Cancer Institute could have a role in ensuring that confirmatory trials are conducted for cancer drugs that are given accelerated approval, FDA Oncologic Drug Products Division Director Richard Pazdur, MD, said

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