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Senators Circulate Plan For Standalone FDA Diagnostics Center, ‘In Vitro Clinical Test’ Rules

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Senators are drafting legislation to create a standalone FDA Center to oversee diagnostics, including IVDs and LDTs, under a framework distinct from current medical device regulations.

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