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Accelerated Approval Bill In Senate Tracks House Draft, But With More Of A Nod To FDA

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Executive Summary

The Senate measure adds a provision on breakthrough therapies and specifies that accelerated approval provisions do not alter substantial evidence standard used to approve drugs.

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