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FDA and Cancer Drug Development: An Advocate's View

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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Friends of Cancer Research (www.focr.org) has been among the most vocal supporters of a robust FDA review process for oncology drugs. Chair & Founder Dr. Ellen Sigal has taken the advocacy group from a one-person shop to an organization with strong ties to the agency and the lawmakers on Capitol Hill who matter most to the future of cancer treatment.

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