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Learning From Its Successes? FDA Wants Feedback On All First-Cycle Actions For Assessment Program

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Executive Summary

Interviews with all sponsors that receive a first-cycle action, approvals as well as other outcomes, under PDUFA V’s new NME and original BLA review program will help FDA assess the program’s success.

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