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Trump Budget: FDA-Regulated Firms Should Pay 'Their Share' In User Fees

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President Trump's initial budget plan for US FDA would, it appears, make industry-paid user fees a much larger proportion of the agency's budget, but details are lacking. As is, the plan could complicate agreements that came out of FDA-industry user-fee negotiations last summer, but observers say this is just the first step in a process and Congress will ultimately decide. Trump would also shave 22% from the National Institutes of Health.

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