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US FDA Generic Drug Applications Will Cost Less In FY 2020

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Increases in the number of expected ANDA submissions, facilities and entities holding approved applications means lower user fees in most GDUFA II categories starting 1 October; program fee will see the largest percentage drop, amounting to savings of $200,000 for large companies.

 

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