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Woodcock: High Prices Create Problems For Entire Accelerated Approval Program

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Acting FDA commissioner suggests a primary reason for outrage over accelerated approvals is the high costs of certain medications despite their unproven clinical benefits, an issue that is outside of the agency’s purview. Health policy experts says FDA shouldn’t be left off the hook that easily.

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