Jeffrey N Gibbs

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Molecular diagnostics are playing an increasingly important part in the practice of medicine. However, molecular diagnostics have not yet made the clinical impact that many had predicted. Multiple factors affect the uptake and utilization of molecular diagnostics, including government regulation. Current regulatory systems were not developed to optimize(More)
The question of whether all compounded drugs are "new drugs" has been disputed in the United states for over 15 years. The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act generally requires that "new drugs" obtain U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval before being sold in the U.S. Between 1938 and the late 1980s, the U.S. Food and Drug Adminsitration did not(More)