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Opioid Sponsors Enter 2019 At A Crossroads

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Recent regulatory trends at US FDA offer no clear path to success for sponsors developing opioids. As 2018 concludes with only one approval and at least five rejections, firms will need new strategies if they hope to bring the 

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