Gottlieb Leaves FDA Feeling Good About Generic Approvals, But Concerned About Innovative Competition
In interview with the Pink Sheet, US FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb offers a final reflection of his time as commissioner.
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Without constraints of being FDA commissioner, Gottlieb will have podium to push for changes to drug pricing and competition.