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Emerging Sponsors And FDA: Will Better Communication Under PDUFA V Ease Inherent Tensions?

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New communication mechanisms built into the Prescription Drug User Fee Act V agreement are unlikely to be the panacea for the regulatory, economic and public relations challenges created when a small company attempts to bring its first drug to market.

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