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Senate, House Panels Release Clean Device User-Fee Discussion Draft

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Lawmakers emphasized the need for a swift reauthorization of a combined US FDA device and drug user-fee reauthorization bill before the end of July, and released a clean discussion draft April 14 that mirrors the agreements reached by industry and the agency last summer.

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