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FDA, Industry Seek Temporary Endpoint For Assessing Ulcerative Colitis Drugs

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

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Panelists at an agency workshop discussed tweaks to the Mayo Clinic Score while patient-reported outcome instruments are being developed in an initiative to create an improved ulcerative colitis endpoint.

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