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Iressa Gets Narrowed Indication Instead Of Withdrawal: New Model For FDA?

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FDA's decision to narrow the indication for AstraZeneca's Iressa rather than withdraw the drug could be seen as a model for future products approved under Subpart H that fail in confirmatory trials

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