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Public Invited To Vet Draft User-Fee Agreement At Nov. 2 Meeting

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The public will have a chance to discuss the tentative deal US FDA struck with industry to collect almost $1bn over five years in the next iteration of the device user-fee program at a statutorily-mandated meeting scheduled for Nov. 2.

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