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Sponsors Seek One-Trial Approval Of Antibiotics For Drug-Resistant Bugs

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Antibiotic developers are urging FDA to approve medicines to treat drug-resistant microbes on the basis of a single trial, with other supportive clinical and preclinical data to be used as substantiating evidence.

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