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REMS Use Declining, But Post-Marketing Requirements Remain

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Not surprisingly, FDA is imposing REMS less frequently in the fourth year of its new post-marketing authorities. But mandatory trial requirements appear to be rising, as is the use of the most burdensome type of REMS.

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