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For COVID-Impacted Studies, FDA Loosens Video Conferencing Rules

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Use of alternative labs or imaging centers depends upon type of assessment and reason it is being performed, the US agency's revised guidance states; missed milestones for postmarketing studies required under accelerated approval will need to be justified.

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