US FDA Eases Up On Adverse Event Reporting During COVID-19
Issued as part of the new approach to releasing guidances during the pandemic, FDA said flexibility was needed for two reasons: anticipated higher levels of absenteeism among staff for both sponsors and the agency, and the necessity of prioritizing a focus on adverse events for products used to treat coronavirus.
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