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Orphan Exclusivity: Rarely Used, But Well-Known, Loophole Would Be Closed By House Legislation

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US FDA could revoke orphan designation or exclusivity if cost recovery requirements were not satisfied under bill unanimously passed by the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

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