The Good Old Days: FDA's Jenkins Instructs Reviewers To Meet Original User Fee Review Time Standard
After an almost two-year hiatus from strict adherence to the review timeframes set forth in the Prescription Drugs User Fee Act, Office of New Drugs Director John Jenkins has told the drug review staff that, once again, they should strive to meet the user fee deadlines
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