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Orphan Products: US FDA Working On ‘Sameness’ Policy For Cell And Gene Therapies

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Industry seeks clarity as to when a subsequent product will be judged the ‘same’ as a previously approved product that holds seven years of blocking exclusivity. CBER Director Marks says agency is working to put its views in writing soon but notes the US and EU may be headed in different directions on the issue.

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