Patient Feedback Pioneers: Chronic Fatigue Advocates Prepare for First PDUFA V Meeting
This article was originally published in RPM Report
FDA has selected CFS/ME as the first topic for the PDUFA V patient-centered drug development initiative. The lessons learned from this session will inform future work on patient engagement in drug development both for FDA—and for patient advocates.
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