Final Guidance Encourages Use Of Patient Preference In Device Applications
US FDA released a final guidance aimed at helping sponsors and other stakeholders interested in using patient-preference information to make their case for a device application. The agency has decided to keep its labeling recommendation in the final guidance despite industry objections.
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