The Eteplirsen Approval: Former FDA Officials Weigh In On The Science
A former CDER director, office director, division director, and supervisory reviewer agreed to comment for the record on the merits of the science that formed the basis of FDA’s accelerated approval of the Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy therapy Exondys 51.
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