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AF Ablation Devices Need Randomized Trials, Advisory Panel Tells FDA

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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An FDA advisory panel is encouraging the agency to continue requiring randomized controlled trials of atrial fibrillation ablation devices while allowing sponsors to relax the trials' inclusion criteria

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