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PRO-ving Ground: FDA Review Teams Commit to Patient-Reported Outcomes

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

FDA recently announced a significant step in furthering the development of patient-reported outcomes: the planned creation of a web-based compendium of clinical outcomes assessments, including PROs. But an even more significant sign that FDA is committed to developing new patient-reported endpoints came directly from reviewers – including some divisions that have not historically been out front on the issue.

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