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Biosimilar User Fee Agreement Includes “Financial Hold” On Development Programs For Failure To Pay

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Biosimilar INDs could be placed on “financial hold” if sponsors fail to timely pay product development fees under FDA’s inaugural biosimilar user fee deal with industry.

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