Posts Tagged ‘FDA Approval’

What The FDA Requires Of Drugs On The Market

This is the final post in a brief series of posts (five in total) designed to demystify the high cost of prescription drugs in the U.S. Today’s post focuses on the fourth and final stage the of the FDA drug approval process: post-marketing. Before we dive into the final stage, here’s a quick recap of […]

What Happens During NDA Review In The FDA Drug Approval Process

This post is the fourth in a brief series about the FDA drug approval process. The series is designed to answer the question about why U.S. prescription drugs are so expensive by illuminating the FDA drug approval process, stage by stage. In my last post in this series, I focused on the clinical stage, and […]

Role Of Clinical Trials In The FDA Drug Approval Process

Last time, I published the second in a brief series of blog posts designed to provide insight into why prescription drugs in the U.S. cost as much as they do. The series is focused on explaining the FDA drug approval process in layman’s terms. My previous post focused on the first stage in the process, […]

Critical Components Of The Preclinical Stage Of FDA Drug Approval

Last time, I published a post that posed the question: why are prescription drugs in the U.S. so expensive? Today’s post is the first in a brief series that will attempt to provide an answer by looking each stage of the FDA drug approval process, starting with preclinical. Below are the key components of the […]