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fast-tracked

A generic term used in the UK for any accelerated access of a patient to a particular health or social service—e.g., fast-tracking patients with higher stage cancer for urgent surgery or fast-tracking war veterans to specialist care.
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Even more concerning is that the FDA is likely to allow even more drugs to qualify for fast-tracked approval based on the Trump Administration's agenda.
Thousands of Geelong jobs have been fast-tracked through the planning approvals process by the Napthine Coalition Government.
More than 3000 jobs will be created by the new fast-tracked projects, with another 5400 jobs to be generated at the recently approved Armstrong Creek Town Centre.
"We will put in place fast-tracked approvals for manufacturing, warehousing and logistics projects by July 2015.
The launch of the Agriculture Fast Track allows African farmers to take advantage of these reforms through fast-tracked infrastructure projects that will better deliver their products to markets.