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New Drugs In 2013 Show A Virtuous Cycle: First-Cycle Approvals Up, Review Times Down

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Even with half of CDER’s approvals qualifying for longer review timeframes under “the program,” the average time from submission to approval continued its multi-year decline, helped by a record high level of first-cycle approvals. Small molecules and big pharma dominated the 2013 class.

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