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Electro-optical sensors guidance document

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Comments on FDA's "Draft Guidance for Industry on the Electro-Optical Sensors for the In Vivo Detection of Cervical Cancer and its Precursors" are due Nov. 23, the agency says in an Aug. 25 Federal Register notice. FDA released the guidance in May (1"The Gray Sheet" May 31, p. 7)

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