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FDA Uses AdComm Process To Shine Light On Ampligen’s Troubled Development

Executive Summary

December’s Arthritis Advisory Committee review of Hemispherx’s drug provided FDA with the first public opportunity to explain in detail why the chronic fatigue syndrome drug, in development for almost 25 years, has not passed regulatory muster to date.

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