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Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia Is Life Or Death, FDA Says; Recommends Sole Primary Endpoint

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FDA's draft guidance for clinical trials of drugs for hospital-acquired or ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia is strict, even compared with the draft guidance for community-acquired bacterial pneumonia.

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