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Class-Wide REMS: "A Self-Propagating Purgatory"

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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It hasn't been easy for two dozen companies to work together in trying to craft a viable class-wide risk management program for long-acting opioids. If they are successful, expect FDA to push for more class-wide REMS.

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