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ALS Patients Ask FDA To See Risk Their Way

Executive Summary

An FDA panel got an earful on the review and regulation of drugs for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Feb. 25 during a public hearing convened under the agency’s plan to involve patient networks in the regulatory process, particularly where it concerns lowering barriers to drug development for ALS.

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