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Growing Pains for Generic Drugs: OGD Gains Respect, But Loses Geba

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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FDA’s Office of Generic Drugs was at the start of a turnaround: $299 million in new user fees to clear a big ANDA backlog and fund overseas inspections, an elevated status within the Center for Drugs and a brand-new director to steer the ship. But there have been some bumps in GDUFA implementation, and OGD’s new director, Gregory Geba, has abruptly left the agency. What next for FDA’s generic drug oversight?

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