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FDA User Fee Bills: Is It Possible For Reauthorization To Be Too Clean?

Executive Summary

First draft of user fee omnibus bill is about as 'clean' as a bill can be – free of the policy riders that have always been attached to US FDA funding legislation in past cycles. That is good news for industry, which is eager to see the program reauthorized with as little drama as possible, but could the bill actually be too clean?


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