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Inspection Delays Remain For Novel Approvals By US FDA; Will Quality Office Help?

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Final assessment of the PDUFA V new drug review 'Program' flagged inspection delays as a continued sticking point for on-time approvals. US FDA says consolidation of manufacturing oversight under the agency’s new quality office will help.

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