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Antibiotic Trial Standards To Be Revised By FDA Under Congressional Mandate

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Manufacturers of antibiotics need to get involved as FDA writes clinical trial guidance for antibiotic drugs, according to Bruce Burlington, an independent consultant and former Wyeth VP

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