FDA Approving More Novel Drugs Without Advisory Committee Review
The Center for Drug Evaluation and Research is becoming more comfortable approving new molecular entities and novel biologics without first seeking the views of its outside experts. In 2011, 13 of the 30 novel therapeutics cleared did not undergo advisory committee scrutiny beforehand.
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