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US FDA’s Science Strategies Program Aims To Proactively Tackle Drug Development Hurdles

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The goal of the Office of New Drugs’ initiative is to develop and execute, in a cross-disciplinary manner, strategic plans to address substantive development hurdles in specific therapeutic areas. This approach already has been used for non-healing, chronic wounds and is being expanded to neurodegenerative and rare diseases, OND’s Peter Stein tells the Pink Sheet.

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