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US FDA Calls For Clinical Trial Diversity Plan ‘As Soon As Practicable’ In Product Development

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Draft guidance outlines Race and Diversity Plan that would reify some of FDA’s efforts to increase racial and ethnic diversity in clinical trials with a mechanism that is applicable from IND through approval.

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