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FDA Breast Cancer Guidance Paves Way For Accelerated Approval With One Trial

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FDA draft guidance lays out use of pathologic complete response to support accelerated approval of drugs for women with high-risk, early-stage breast cancer. Pathway allows for initial approval based on one pivotal study, which could be extended to assess survival and confirm clearance.

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