This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
President Bush signs bill Nov. 30 authorizing $179.5 mil. for CDRH, up 8.7% from FY 2001. The measure also provides a $15 mil. increase for bovine spongiform encephalopathy prevention and enforcement, a $10 mil. increase for adverse event monitoring and reporting, a $10 mil. increase for human subject protection and a $10.3 mil increase for inspections and import monitoring...
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