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CDRH Staff Credits Advocacy Groups For Patient Preference Guidance

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Top CDRH officials say while they have been working to incorporate patient preference into their regulatory process, it was the push from patients to get more involved in the agency's decision making process that led the agency to develop a new draft guidance on the topic.

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