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New FDA Policy On Diagnostics Studies “Fills A Big Gap,” CDRH Chief Says

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Companies specializing in diagnostic products should pay close attention to a new, statistics-focused guidance document from FDA, device center Director Dan Schultz says

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