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3D-Printing Final Guidance Clarifies Manufacturing Practice Expectations

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A year and a half after FDA issued a draft guidance to help makers of devices that rely on additive manufacturing, the agency has finalized the document in its bid to get ahead of the technology. The final guidance makes minor clarifications, but for the most is identical to the draft.

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