Patient, Consumer Groups Decry Lack Of User Fee Funding For Post-Market Surveillance
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Non-industry stakeholders criticized the medical device user fee agreement for not giving FDA enough funding, particularly to enhance post-market surveillance programs, during an FDA public meeting on user fee reauthorization.
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