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FDA Obscura: GDUFA Fee Calculations Took CBER-Regulated ANDAs Into Account

Executive Summary

ANDAs regulated by the US FDA's biologics center, some pre-1984 conditional approvals, and others were factored into GDUFA program fee calculations.

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