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FDA Aspergillosis Biomarker Qualification Highlights New Drug Development Tool Process

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

FDA’s new drug development qualification process offers a pathway for outside groups to gain acceptance of specific biomarkers for regulatory purposes. FDA recently used the process to qualify a specific biomarker for a severe fungal infection.

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