FDA Envisions Flexible Approach To Expanded Use Of Accelerated Approval
In its desktop reference guidance on the four expedited regulatory pathways, FDA broadens its view of when an investigational drug fills an “unmet medical need” and guides sponsors through the use of intermediate clinical endpoints as a basis for accelerated approval.
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