US FDA’s ODAC: The Advisory Committee That Can Only Say ‘No’
It has been more than two years since a sponsor went before the Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee and won a favorable vote on approval of a new drug application. Can FDA really expect an advisory committee to keep saying ‘no’ all the time?
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