US FDA’s Cell/Gene Therapy Office Looks To Improve Clarity Of Advice Through Written Responses
Standardizing the process for providing clarifications following sponsor meetings, particularly with regard to the written response-only format, is one of several solutions being piloted by the Office of Tissues and Advanced Therapies as part of its ‘growth program,’ which aims to expedite advances in cell/gene therapies while also improving staff satisfaction.
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