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User Fee Factor: FDA Relies On Industry Funds To Bankroll 2013 Device Budget Increase

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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FDA’s device appropriations from Congress would slightly decline next year under the president’s 2013 funding request, though factoring in industry user fees provides an overall budget increase.

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