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Excuses, Excuses: How ‘Delayed’ Confirmatory Trials Are Explained By FDA

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US FDA currently reports about two dozen Accelerated Approval having ‘delays’ in the confirmatory trials. COVID is one factor in some – and the agency also appears to be clearing out some of the others.

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