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The FDA Roundtable Part I: The Regulators' View of Drug Development

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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Three top FDA officials sat down with The RPM Report at their White Oak campus to discuss the top drug regulatory issues. On the table for discussion: drug safety, comparative effectiveness and the future of drug development.

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