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More Resources Sought For Using Patient-Preference Data In Device Reviews

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Some device user fee revenue could be used to enhance application of patient-preference data, FDA said at a recent meeting of patient and consumer groups about user-fee reauthorization. Several groups urged greater emphasis in that area at the closed-door meeting, and some groups also pushed for increasing device user fees closer to the much higher levels charged to drug firms.

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