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PDUFA V Late-Cycle Review Meetings Need Limited Focus, FDA Says

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Agency staff are concerned that mandatory meetings with NME/novel biologic sponsors late in the review cycle will result in a forum for extensive debate and a flood of new submissions and appeals, Office of New Drugs Director Jenkins said at Elsevier Business Intelligence’s FDA/CMS Summit.

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