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From ‘Accelerate’ To ‘Confirm’: US FDA Launches Transparency Program On Cancer Drug Approvals

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Oncology Center of Excellence’s Project Confirm, formerly known as Project Accelerate, is intended to promote transparency of outcomes related to cancer drug accelerated approvals; initiative includes searchable databases on the status of oncology/hematology indications.

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