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Sharfstein: US FDA Incentives Not Broke, But Fix Them

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The former US FDA principal deputy commissioner argues that accelerated approval, fast track and breakthrough designation standards may need updating, along with orphan and pediatric exclusivity requirements, to enhance the programs' efficacy.

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