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US FDA Pilot Programs Identified Need For Post-Market Benefit Awareness

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FDA pilot programs conducted before the issuance of a recent final guidance document on benefit-risk factors for post-market decisions found that the agency needed to work on questions used to evaluate the benefits of marketed products, an agency official said.

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