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Paucity of Biopharma Approvals Raises Alarm
Lower Numbers, Novelty, and Economic Impact Indicate Problems
- FDA pharmaceutical approvals in recent years, particularly in 2007, have noticeably decreased. Typically, coverage of declining FDA approvals has concentrated on pharmaceuticals in general or those regulated as drugs. This article reviews 2006 and 2007 approvals of new biopharmaceutical treatments and notes some disturbing trends. These include fewer drugs given ...
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