FDA Launches Pilot To Gain Practical Experience With 'Established Conditions' In Quality Assessments
FDA is accepting applications from the pharmaceutical industry to pilot the use of established conditions proposed by sponsors in NDAs, ANDAS, BLAs and supplements. The purpose of the pilot is for FDA to gain practical experience in assessing proposed established conditions and to ensure that assessment decisions do not negatively impact user fee time frames.
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