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Savaysa Shows The Good And Bad Of Being Late In Class

Executive Summary

As Daiichi’s experience suggests, sponsors of later-in-class products may face unfavorable efficacy comparisons to their earlier-approved brethren and challenges in qualifying for a priority review; however, risk management obligations may be less burdensome than for first-in-class products.

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