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PDUFA VI: Pediatrics Group Seeks Earlier And Faster Studies

Executive Summary

American Academy of Pediatrics’ legislative proposals for user fee bill also include eliminating automatic orphan drug exemption from Pediatric Research Equity Act study requirements.

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