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Number of product safety assessment meetings coordinated for public review in the month

Dictionary: Pediatric labeling changes for drug and biological products trigger mandated safety reviews for adverse events that may occur in children. Three pediatric advisory committee (PAC) meetings are held each year to hear these safety reviews, discuss the findings, and make recommendations to FDA. In 2010, pediatric safety reviews presented to the PAC have now been expanded to include blood products and vaccines. The safety reviews are the basis of the issues meetings which define much of the above PAC agenda.

Information is current as of December 31, 2014.

Fiscal Year - 2015

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TimeTargetNumber of Reviews
Oct 2014N/A13
Nov 2014N/A2
Dec 2014N/A8
Jan 2015N/ATBD
Feb 2015N/ATBD
Mar 2015N/ATBD
Apr 2015N/ATBD
May 2015N/ATBD
Jun 2015N/ATBD
Jul 2015N/ATBD
Aug 2015N/ATBD
Sep 2015N/ATBD

FY 2015 YTD: 23

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