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Shortened ‘Cures’ Draft Retains Breakthrough Pathway, Device Reforms

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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But the April 29 updated draft of the broad-based House reform package for medical innovation is missing some significant items floated earlier this year, including a Medicare breakthrough device program, a revamp of diagnostics regulations and device supply-chain security reform.

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