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U.K. Developing Pediatric Research Initiative Ahead Of EU Legislation

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The British regulatory agency’s proposal would offer scientific advice and waive fees for applications that include pediatric data in labeling. An EU-wide regulation on pediatric incentives is not expected before 2006.

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