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If It Ain’t Broke…: FDA Committee Supports Retaining Soliris REMS

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

FDA’s annual REMS reviews haven’t been the most dramatic advisory committees in recent years. The latest review is the first to involve a major commercial product – Alexion’s Soliris – but also looked at a program that appears successful and non-controversial.

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