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Avastin Withdrawal Showed Accelerated Approval Hearing Process No Easy Task For US FDA

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Internal emails show the 2011 hearing on Genentech’s VEGF-inhibitor was taxing for FDA employees, who had to deal with a number of novel issues; the workload is likely to be similarly complex for staff involved in upcoming hearing on Covis’ preterm birth prevention drug Makena.

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