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Accelerated Approval Reform Target? Makena Hearing Highlights Product Promotion During Withdrawal Period

Executive Summary

Makena hearing and the product’s prolonged withdrawal process raises questions about whether FDA needs new authorities to curtail advertisement and ensure accurate patient and provider education after an accelerated approval drug’s confirmatory trial fails and/or during the period in which the agency is considering pulling the product from the market. 

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