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Supplemental Oncology Approvals: 'Reverse Accelerated Approval,' Not Lowering The Bar

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Sometimes data supporting drug's initial approval can serve as confirmatory evidence for full approval of a subsequent indication based on an intermediate endpoint, US FDA Oncology Center of Excellence Director Pazdur says; proposed framework discussed at Friends of Cancer Research meeting would establish more systematic approach to streamlining supplemental approvals.

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