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FDA Agrees To Waive User Fees For Reviews Of Lab-Developed Tests

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Although FDA is still developing its lab-developed test regulatory framework, it has agreed not to collect user fees to support its planned review of the tests.

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