Are FDA pre-filing user fees in pharma's future?
This article was originally published in Scrip
When the FDA negotiates with brand-name manufacturers for the next round of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act – PDUFA VI – the agency may try to finagle a way to receive some payments up front, said Dr Gillian Woollett, senior vice president at Washington-based analysis and consultancy firm Avalere Health.
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