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FDA Returns To MDUFA Table With High, Low Proposals

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

The priorities-gap between FDA and industry in MDUFA IV negotiations is narrowing. In May, the agency returned with counter-proposals that reduce user-fee increases compared to its prior plans, though there is still at least a $160m difference from the most recent proposal that is public from industry.

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