Patient-Focused Drug Development: US FDA’s Guidance Development Effort Passes The Mid-Point
Agency has issued two of four methodological draft guidances required under 21st Century Cures Act and convened workshops on the two documents still to come; industry, patient groups applaud FDA’s initiative but point to gaps in the guidance series, particularly around interactions with the agency on patient experience data and approaches to collecting patient preference information.
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