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Mandatory FDA Review Of Pivotal Trial Protocols Urged In JAMA

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Dartmouth researchers say that although FDA recommendations can strengthen study designs and improve outcome measures, sponsors often don’t follow agency’s advice or don’t even seek input in Phase III design.

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