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Antibiotic Exclusivity: Which Vision Will GAIN Upper Hand In FDA List-making?

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Industry presenters tell FDA a broad list of potential diseases will attract more developer interest, but advocacy groups push for more targeted criteria during a public hearing on the new exclusivity incentive.

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