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Pediatric Cancer Studies: US FDA’s Molecular Target Lists Face Panel Vetting

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In addition to reviewing proposed lists of targets for relevance to pediatric cancer, advisory committee will discuss possible criteria for prioritizing same-in-class agents for evaluation and ways to promote international collaboration and global development; proposed list of substantially relevant targets is growing.

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