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Pediatric Exclusivity For ‘Deemed’ Biologics Needs Clarity, Industry Tells US FDA

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Draft guidance says unexpired pediatric exclusivity would continue to apply to a deemed 351(a) BLA on March 23, 2020, but industry says differences in how pediatric exclusivity operates under the statutory frameworks governing drugs and biologics could result in the loss of some marketing protection.

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