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Bill proposes to freeze FDA funds:

This article was originally published in Clinica

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A House of Representatives subcommittee last Wednesday voted to freeze FDA funds at the current level: $917.7 million in salaries and expenses. The panel made no recommendations for medical device user fees. It did, however, recommend that some current enforcement and administrative funds be transferred to medical device functions. The subcommittee also discussed reducing the size of the FDA Commissioner's office - but gave no definite directions. The measure is due to go before the full Appropriations Committee this week.

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