Complex Generics: Gottlieb Eyes FDA Policy Changes To Speed Approvals
US agency could reconsider requirement that instructions for use be same for branded and generic products, FDA Commissioner-nominee Scott Gottlieb suggests, while also leaving door open to statutory changes in Hatch-Waxman Act.
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