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How long does it take for the average new drug to be tested and approved for sale in the United States? A. 30 days C. 3 to 5 years B. 2 years D. 11 years
How long does it take for the average new drug to be tested and approved for sale in the United States. The answer is letter, D. [ 11 years. ]
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