US FDA's Presubmission Expedited Regulatory Programs Eyed For Streamlining
Agency staff, stakeholders see advantages to bundling requirements for fast-track and RMAT designations into a single, pre-breakthrough therapy pathway, and codifying processes and interactions that take place following award of breakthrough designation; proposal is aimed at reducing current programs' redundancies and maximizing benefit of frequent, early interactions with the FDA.
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