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“Breakthrough” Designation: FDA Clarifies How To Get It – And How It Can Be Lost

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“Preliminary clinical evidence” should demonstrate substantial improvement in effectiveness or safety over available therapies but likely will not be sufficient to support approval, final guidance explains.

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