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VCs Turn Up The Heat on FDA to Get Faster, More Predictable, to Save U.S. Jobs

04:05 EDT 25 Apr 2011 |

The FDA felt the heat in the 1990s when AIDS activists marched in the streets, shouting about how bureaucratic foot-dragging meant that patients died while waiting for approvals of experimental drugs. The FDA listened. It started clearing more new drugs for sale, and completing safety and effectiveness reviews faster than before. Now it’s venture capitalists, [...]

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