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AdComms – Is FDA Getting Less Advice?

As more drugs are being approved, is FDA getting less advice than in the past? FDA maintains a vast network of outside advisors to provide input and counsel to the agency related to decisions on policy as well as product … Continue reading

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What They Said – FDA Press Releases Mid-2021

It has been a regular feature of the blog to give a read on what FDA has been talking about, at least through the form of press releases. It is not always an easy task because the nature of FDA’s … Continue reading

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What They Said – Overview of FDA Press Releases for 2020

Well. They said a lot. A lot more than ever, as one might expect. This past year, FDA issued a whopping 420 press releases, more so by far than any year previously. COVID certainly made a big impact – a … Continue reading

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Approvals in the Crazy Year of 2020

Each year in January, it is relevant to look back on the activities of FDA during the course of the previous year and look at how it was the same or different from prior years, and to look at trends … Continue reading

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Vaccine Development and Approval in a Time of Pandemic

Sometimes in the midst of events, perspective is elusive. Today the Food and Drug Administration will hold a meeting of the Vaccines and Related Biologics Advisory Committee (VRBAC) to consider the application for an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) submitted by … Continue reading

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