NASH Accelerated Approval: US FDA Remains Confident In Pathway For Liver Disease
A two-day workshop on potential biomarkers in NASH provided a forum for US FDA officials to offer implicit reassurance to drug developers: the agency stands behind its guidance on Accelerated Approval for the liver disease, despite the rejection of the first application seeking to use that approach.
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