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FDA Puts Lab-Developed Test Oversight Plans On Hold

Executive Summary

After years of wrangling over lab-developed test regulations with laboratory lobbyists, FDA has put its plans to finalize a guidance that lays out its oversight framework for LDTs on hold as a new Congress and a new deregulation-focused president-elect is set to take the helm.


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