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Gottlieb At The Medtech Conference: US FDA Commissioner Talks About CDRH Innovation, Puerto Rico, LDTs And More

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Check out the full video and read the highlights of US FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's keynote address and Q&A from AdvaMed's 2017 Medtech Conference. Among the issues addressed: Gottlieb touted the agency's device center as the spark of innovation within FDA, and he provided a key update to the agency's digital-health regulation, his hopes for lab-developed test regulations and some substantive points on how industry should respond to the ongoing devastation in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria.

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