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US FDA Novel Approvals Grew To 60 In 2021; CDER Cleared 50 New Agents, Turned Down 18

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Approval total is one of FDA’s highest, but the large number of complete response letters obscures the staggering total of almost 80 new molecular entities and novel biologics that the agency acted on over the year.

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