FDA, CDRH Receive Slight Boosts From Senate In 2016 Funding Bill
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The Senate Appropriations Committee approved $10 million more in FDA funding and $1 million more in CDRH funding in 2016 than House Appropriators did in a July 16 markup, and $2 million for a Precision Medicine Initiative next year, falling far short of the President’s $10 million request for the initiative.
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