Panel Urges FDA To Delay Developing QC Standards For Digital Mammography
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
FDA should wait until the American College of Radiology tests quality control procedures for digital mammography before developing regulations on the topic, the agency's mammography advisory panel recommended Sept. 26
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