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“Breakthrough Therapies” Deserve Skepticism, Researchers Say

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Although drugs on the FDASIA-created expedited pathway may promise more than they can deliver, it will be difficult to reduce demand for such treatments awarded the designation, Boston researchers predict in a NEJM piece.

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