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FDA’s New Neonatology Panel To Discuss Challenges In Study Design, Conduct

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Discussion by the Pediatric Advisory Committee’s new subcommittee at a March 15 meeting will aid the agency’s development of a strategic plan for advancing neonatal science; FDA also is looking to outside contractors for help in meeting a FDASIA mandate to bolster neonatology expertise and encourage studies.

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