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A total of 14 posts are filed under Food and Drug Administration
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Urge the FDA to Say YES to Accelerated Approval For Therapies For Duchenne.
We urge the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to use the Accelerated Approval pathway for approval and access to safe, effective therapies… Continue Reading
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Meeting: Characterizing and Communicating Uncertainty in the Assessment of Benefits and Risks of Pharmaceutical Products
When: February 12, 2014 – February 13, 2014 (9:00 AM Eastern) Where: Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Campus (Building 31, Great… Continue Reading
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Keck Medicine Physicians First to Implant Epilepsy-Controlling Device
Keck Medicine of USC has become the world’s first medical center to implant a responsive brain device newly approved by the Food and Drug… Continue Reading
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FDA Sets Up New Rare Disease Research Fund
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is to support the research of treatment for rare diseases through a new $14m fund. The money will… Continue Reading
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FDA Reform Can Lift U.S. Economy
By Tomas J. Philipson and Andrew von Eschenbach. Without a growing economy that creates more high-paying jobs, both President Barack Obama… Continue Reading
The CURETHEPROCESS Campaign strives to inspire science-driven public policy that will increase the predictability of the regulatory process for rare disease treatments.
CureTheProcess Seeks Survey Participation for Phase II: Deadline October 26
Complete the Survey & win a $50 Gift Card! Over the last three years, more than 180 patient organizations, physician societies and medical… Continue Reading
The public is being invited to share their input to the FDA on October 25, 2012.
FDA To Hold Series of Public Meetings To Pick 20 Diseases To Focus on Over Next Five Years; Few Rare Diseases On Preliminary List
On October 25, 2012, the FDA will provide an overview of Patient-Focused Drug Development and the public is invited to comment and share… Continue Reading

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