Ostroff: Administration Coming Up To Speed On Planned FDA Guidances
There’s been a dearth of guidances from US FDA since Donald Trump's inauguration, but the acting FDA commissioner says that simply reflects the new administration catching up on what's in the pipeline. In a speech at FDLI's annual meeting, Stephen Ostroff struck a positive tone.
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At FDLI, both US FDA acting Commissioner Stephen Ostroff and BIO’s Kay Holcombe strike note of anticipating positive outcomes for FDA, despite current political and regulatory uncertainties. FDA has been through challenges before, and “we have come through them even stronger," Ostroff assures meeting.