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Will March 2012 Mark The End Of Regulatory Limbo For Discovery's Surfaxin?

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Executive Summary

FDA has set a March 6 user fee date for action on Discovery Laboratories' synthetic surfactant, which was filed with the agency in 2004 but is now in its fifth review cycle.

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