CDRH Looks Ahead, And Behind, On Guidance Development
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The device center issued its standard "A list" and "B list" guidance priorities for fiscal year 2015, and unveiled plans to systematically reassess published guidance documents and seek technical feedback on future guidance topics.
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