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FDA’s Pazdur: Accelerated Approval Is ‘Under Attack,' Supporters Can’t Afford To Remain Silent

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US FDA’s Oncology Center of Excellence Director and the National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute Director defended the agency’s accelerated approval pathway, saying critics are missing the benefits reaped by many cancer patients. Pazdur worries pathway is at risk, unless champions work to counter critics.

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