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Insulin Application Reviews Would Continue After March 2020 Under Senate Bill

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Bill would change US FDA's approach to handling follow-on applications submitted under Section 505 once products become "deemed" as biologics 23 March 2020, and could amend a provision in the Senate HELP Committee's health care bill, which aligns with FDA policy.

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