FDA Deputy On CRLs: 'It's Not Our Property To Release'
US FDA Principal Deputy Commissioner Rachel Sherman said during the BIO CEO & Investor conference that while investors and others would like to see complete response letters, the agency's hands are bound when it comes to their full release. Sherman also commented on FDA's focus for right-to-try legislation.
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