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FDA On Personalized Medicine: Don’t Skimp On Diagnostic Quality Development

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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A CDRH representative tells a conference on drug/diagnostic co-development that it doesn’t matter how well designed a study for a therapeutic agent is if the accompanying biomarker-targeted test is not reliable and uniformly implemented.

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