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GPhA Still Wary Of Generic User Fees; Issue Tied To Waxman/Hatch Reform

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Generic drug user fees should be considered only in the context of changes to Waxman/Hatch-related barriers to generic entry, the Generic Pharmaceutical Association told FDA at a Sept. 15 meeting on the Prescription Drug User Fee Act reauthorization process.

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