'Orange Book' Changes? US FDA Soliciting Comments On TE Codes
The agency wants to know if the second letter in the product equivalence ratings system is helpful and whether changes could make the information more user-friendly.
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The FDA has published fresh guidance taking a tougher stance on sponsor reasons for needing more time to respond to complete response letters.
But most generic sponsors already give reasons for needing more time to respond to a complete response letters, so the status quo may not change despite the new guidance.