View from Washington

Feb 01, 2003
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Sponsors tackle international research challenges to develop AIDS, malaria, and TB therapies for developing nations.
Jan 01, 2003
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Congressional efforts to establish a Medicare pharmacy benefit will affect R&D, and a new FDA commissioner promises change.
Nov 01, 2002
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The agency is shifting regulation of biotech therapies to its drug center, a streamlining initiative to be implemented by a new FDA commissioner.
Oct 01, 2002
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Federal agencies seek to enhance IRB operations as new policies further expand board responsibilities.
Sep 01, 2002
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Although a Medicare drug benefit appears unattainable this year, Congress is considering other measures to reduce the cost of medicines.
Aug 01, 2002
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PDUFA III boosts manufacturer fees to expand postapproval surveillance and support new FDA review initiatives.
Jul 01, 2002
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Sponsors are underwriting more studies of children, but controversy continues over the need for FDA?s pediatric rule and the impact of extended exclusivity on generics.
Jun 01, 2002
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Rules to ensure confidentiality of individual health information threaten to make clinical trials more complex and costly.
May 01, 2002
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Federal prosecutors target sponsors and clinical investigators who misuse federal funds or violate research requirements while FDA proposes new policies and Congress eyes reforms.
Apr 01, 2002
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Human research protection takes a back seat, as the White House boosts funding for NIH and FDA?along with FDA user fees.
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