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Defining Cancer Drug Development Part I: A Discussion with FDA's Pazdur

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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FDA’s cancer czar Richard Pazdur is a lightning rod for critics who say he’s keeping potentially life-saving drugs off the market because regulatory standards are too high. He says just look at the data.

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