FDA to Update PGx Guidance to Address Technical Issues; Seeks Industry Comment on Draft Recommendations | GenomeWeb
WASHINGTON (GenomeWeb News) – The US Food and Drug Administration is planning to update its pharmacogenomics guidance to address a number of technical questions that the original document, released in 2005, left unanswered, FDA officials said today.
 

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