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Senate Will Tackle Separate Device Reform Bills As Part Of Innovation Agenda

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Multiple bills focused on accelerating the path to market for devices will join safety legislation reforming the regulation of duodenoscopes in a slate of Senate bills that HELP Committee Chairman Lamar Alexander said will receive hearings in February, March and April. The legislation-by-legislation approach in the Senate differs from the broad-based 21st Century Cures package that advanced in the House.


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