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US FDA’s Patient-Focused Drug Development Program Meetings Evolve With Technology Focus

Executive Summary

A recent externally-led PFDD meeting on kidney xenotransplantation, rather than a specific disease, allowed for more tailored patient comments on the procedure, which could impact development plans going forward.

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