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FDA Withdraws Pediatric Data-Submission Rule, But Aims To Regroup Shortly

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA has 1withdrawn a new regulation that would have required companies to submit additional pediatric patient data as part of pre-market submissions beginning next month, but says it hopes to finalize a possibly revised version soon

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