FDA’s Novel Approvals Again Led By Oncology And Neurology, But Dermatology Also Shone In 2022
Pink Sheet infographic breaks down the trends and surprises in 2022 approvals. Cancer therapies and non-malignant hematology exceeded the average use of expedited review programs but were weighted to orphan diseases, while dermatology saw first-in-class approvals for big markets.
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US FDA Neurology Drugs Program Gains Boost In FY 2023 Funding Bill Amid Calls To Clarify Development Policies
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