Accelerated Approval Legislation Picking Up Speed; ULTRA Becoming FAST
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Revisions to the House bill make it nearly identical to sections of Sen. Kay Hagan’s legislation. The debate on PDUFA add-ons will be rejoined at a Commerce Committee hearing, but TREAT now has considerable momentum.
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