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REMS Barriers: US FDA Takes 'Foundational Step' To Improve Generic Access

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Generic firms might be able to purchase branded drugs for bioequivalence studies from Europe under concepts that FDA is considering. Commissioner Gottlieb says FDA may allow generic firms to seek wavier of shared REMS to avoid protracted negotiations. 

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