The Power Of The Open Public Hearing
The US FDA took three high profile applications to an external advisory committee meeting during the week of 8 May – and offered a very skeptical read on the approvability of each. All three won positive votes from the committees, in no small part thanks to the messages delivered during the Open Public Hearings.
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