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FDA and the R&D Crisis: Time to Stop the Blame Game

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Everyone knows R&D productivity has dipped to levels that threaten the private drug development model, and almost everyone says regulatory hurdles are part of the problem. That isn’t how FDA sees it. One thing is clear: blaming FDA won’t help anyone, so it may be time to pay more attention to FDA’s ideas for solutions rather than continue to point fingers.

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