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FDA Orphan-Only Review Division Could Speed Access, Gottlieb Suggests

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As agency issues take center stage at a pharmacoeconomics meeting, American Enterprise Institute fellow recommends reorganizing review divisions to accelerate approval of orphan drugs.

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