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FDA Catching Antibiotic Incentive Bug: Agency Primed To Consider Ways To Shorten Route for Resistant-Strain Drugs

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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FDA is working along a parallel path to other several other government agencies to find ways to stimulate drug development for anti-infectives active against resistant strains. Top policy leaders in the drug review divisions reflect the new interest by thinking aloud how historical controls or oncology-like accelerated approvals might speed the process.

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