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Generic Exclusivity Waiver Policy Could Change, FDA Suggests

Executive Summary

The generic drug exclusivity forfeiture provisions in the Medicare Modernization Act raise "interesting questions" about whether ANDA first-filers should be permitted to waive or relinquish their exclusivity, FDA Associate Chief Counsel Elizabeth Dickinson said

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