FDA creates partnership to boost regulatory science

I do not know how this will play out short term, BUT long term things should look better. They seem to get it, let's now see their actions.

 

This is exactly what they do with exon skipping.

FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg compared the imbalance to the arms of a rower. "We have allowed the arm of regulatory science to become weak and underdeveloped," Hamburg said at a news briefing. If not corrected, "instead of pulling us into an exalted future, we will row in circles."


http://www.latimes.com/news/nation-and-world/la-na-fda25-2010feb25,...

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Let"s keep our fingers crossed that this all actually begins to happen. I know there are safety issues we need to be grateful for the FDA for being cautious for us all about, but the reality is that our boys need something fast and yesterday and the time it takes to gets things through the FDA approval process can be nerve wrecking for us when we are being told we only have so long for our sons to still walk and such. I pray that this does bring more swift timing for the FDA in the near future. We all need things done quickly!

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