Drug Rejection Hearings Are Having A Moment At US FDA
With Intarcia's request, the rarely used mechanism could now produce two hearings this year, but outcomes of the few other times the process has been undertaken should not generate a lot of confidence for sponsors that this a path that they want to go down.
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