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FDA Glucose Meter Draft Guidelines Attract More Criticism From Congress

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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FDA draft guidance documents on glucose meters issued in January propose new accuracy standards that stray from updated international norms and would inappropriately restrict the use of OTC meters in health care facilities when needed, 85 lawmakers from the congressional Diabetes Caucus argue in a letter to Commissioner Hamburg.

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