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Lifting the ‘Breakthrough’ Veil: FDA Increases Transparency To Reduce Futile Requests

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Case studies demonstrating what kinds of drugs do and don’t qualify for the expedited pathway designation will be presented at an April workshop co-sponsored by the Brookings Institution.

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