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US FDA’s Pediatric Cancer Targets List Spurs Questions On Breadth, Prioritization

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Initial draft list of molecular target candidates has industry, investigators and patient advocates asking how the agency intends to prioritize targets and same-in-class molecules for pediatric studies, and how frequently it will update the list; industry representatives divided as to whether ‘broader is better’ when it comes to the target list.

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