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Prescription Drugs: FDA Has Met Most Performance Goals for Reviewing Applications
Prescription Drugs: FDA Has Met Most Performance Goals for Reviewing Applications
 
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By Marcia G. Crosse (au)
Year: 2012
Pages: 52
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-3201-7

Product Code: 1457832011

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The FDA is responsible for overseeing the safety and efficacy of drugs and biologics sold in the U.S. New drugs and biologics must be reviewed by FDA before they can be marketed. The FDA reviews new drug applications (NDA), biologic license applications (BLA), and efficacy supplements that propose changes to the way approved drugs and biologics are marketed or used. This report: (1) examines trends in FDAs NDA and BLA review performance for FY 2000 through 2010; (2) examines trends in FDAs efficacy supplement review performance for FYs 2000 through 2010; and (3) describes issues that have been raised about the drug and biologic review processes and steps FDA is taking that address them. A print on demand report.

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