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The Place To Be At FDA In 2018? Office Of Product Evaluation And Quality

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US FDA's device center is making good headway toward informally launching its new total product lifecycle "super office" as soon as possible this year and making the reorganization official by the end of 2018, CDRH Director Jeff Shuren said in an interview.

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