Woodcock: US at an 'Inflection Point' for Targeted Therapies | GenomeWeb

In a plenary session at the Partnering for Cures conference being held in New York City this week, the Food and Drug Administration's Margaret Hamburg and Janet Woodcock announced the agency's latest draft guidance for industry, which aims, among other things, to enhance collaboration among pharmaceutical firms throughout the drug-development process.

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