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Cancer Therapies: The Breakthrough Era

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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FDA Office of Hematology & Oncology Products Director Richard Pazdur, MD, sat down to discuss the state of cancer R&D, Breakthrough therapies, and how his staff pushes to complete those speedy three-month reviews during The RPM Report’s FDA/CMS Summit for Biopharmaceutical Executives in December. Here is a transcript of the conversation, edited for clarity.

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