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FDA Orphan Drug Requests Could Start To Rely More On Non-Profitability Criteria

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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The Food & Drug Administration may start to see more requests for orphan drug designation based on a little-used criterion under the Orphan Drug Act: a drug that is not expected to recoup the development costs before the end of the seven-year exclusivity period.

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