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“No End In Sight” For Completing OTC Monographs – CDER Director Woodcock

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Janet Woodcock says FDA expected when the process was launched to complete all monographs by the year 2000, but 25 remain in tentative final monograph status, with a rulemaking required to finalize each one. “The rulemaking process … doesn’t work for getting monographs done in a very timely manner,” she says.

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