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Use "approvable" in a sentence
"The number of so-called approvable letters, which typically postpone FDA decisions pending more data, increased by 40% last year, according to a unit of Sagient Research Systems Inc., which tracks the regulatory paths of drugs."
"In October the FDA issued a so-called approvable letter for televancin, suggesting it needed a re-analysis of clinical data and the resolution of manufacturing issues at a third-party manufacturer that was not specifically related to televancin."
"The Palo Alto, Calif., specialty-pharmaceutical company received a so-called approvable letter -- which typically indicates the agency needs more information before it will approve a drug -- from the Food and Drug Administration for the Luvox CR extended-release capsule to treat two anxiety disorders."