Commentary: FDA too cautious

05/17/2007 | Wall Street Journal, The

The FDA acted outside its authority when it rejected Arcoxia because the company had not proven the drug was superior to one already on the market, a Hoover Institute fellow and an industry consultant write in this Wall Street Journal commentary. The authors say such a stance is too cautious and limits treatment options.

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