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Pivotal Trials Are Cheaper For Unmet Needs And Orphan Drugs, JAMA Study Finds

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Analysis of clinical trial costs for CDER’s 2015-2016 novel therapeutic approvals finds pivotal studies are most expensive when a new agent has a similar benefit to already marketed products with well-established clinical profiles. 

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