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FDA Expedited Programs Guidance: “Available Therapies” Depends On U.S. Standard Of Care

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Draft guidance explains the four expedited drug development and approval pathways and offers the agency’s first formal advice on the type and amount of evidence needed for designation as a “breakthrough therapy” under FDASIA.

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