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FDA’s First “Program” Reviews: Fast Approvals, But Still Some Surprises

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The Food & Drug Administration is approving the first products under the new PDUVA V review process. The Program, as it is known, gives FDA an extra two months with an application in exchange for additional meetings for sponsors. It’s designed to help reduce the number of late-cycle “surprises.” There have been a few hiccups, but so far, it appears to be doing just that.

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