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Cole Werble is the former owner and editorial director of FDC Reports, Inc., the publisher of The Pink Sheet, The Gray Sheet, and other leading news publications for the health care industry. He has more than 35 years of experience analyzing business critical developments affecting the biopharma sector and developing world class information products for the sector.
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FDA Leadership

US FDA's Authority Over CRISPR Is Adequate, NASEM Finds, But Off-Label Challenge May Emerge

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Podcast: US FDA’s ‘Within Label’ Definition Allows Companies To Elaborate On Indications

Permitted speech for approved products could shift dramatically depending on how hard a Trump FDA Commissioner pushes, but the expansion at the end of the Obama Administration is a significant step in its own right – one that former Commissioner Rob Califf emphasizes in an interview that is also available as a podcast.

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