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Cancer Drug Trials Could Benefit From ‘Rational’ Eligibility Criteria

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US FDA drug reviewers argue that enrolling more heterogeneous patient populations could result in fewer postmarketing requirements and earlier satisfaction of pediatric study obligations.

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