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FDAAA Impact (Year Two): More of Everything

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The second year of the FDAAA-era is over, and FDA is using its new drug safety tools (Risk Evaluation & Mitigation Strategies and mandatory post-marketing studies) more often. Not only are more drugs requiring REMS and mandatory trials, the burden of those programs is increasing.

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