Teaching Congress a Thing (or Ten) | GenomeWeb

This blog post follows up on an article in the Washington Post about the long road that lies ahead for companies hoping to gain approval for biogenerics. The article follows Insmed's CEO, Geoffrey Allan, who has been advising Congress on drug pharmacology in order to speed up the approval process.

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