Half of all drugs that received accelerated approval by the FDA from 2009-2013 failed to complete required post-approval studies within three years of going on the market, according to a study published Tuesday in JAMA. Another study, also in JAMA, found that less than half of all high-risk medical device modifications underwent rigorous testing before entering the market.
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