Ostroff: Administration Coming Up To Speed On Planned FDA Guidances
There has been a dearth of guidances from US FDA since Donald Trump's inauguration, but the acting FDA commissioner says that simply reflects the new administration catching up on what's in the pipeline. In a speech at FDLI's annual meeting, Stephen Ostroff struck a positive tone.
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