Breakthrough Products Should Be Free Of PDUFA Constraints, Sponsors Say
The types of FDA/sponsor interactions and timelines for meetings should not be limited by the user fee measure, industry commenters say in response to FDA’s draft guidance on expedited pathways. Some patient advocacy groups urge FDA to reconsider plans for withdrawing breakthrough designation in certain situations.
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