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No New Regulations Needed For Third-Party Servicers Of Devices, FDA Says

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There is “not sufficient evidence” of a widespread public health concern relating to servicing of devices, including by third-parties, according to an FDA report; the agency sees no immediate needs to issue new regulatory requirements for the third-party servicers. The agency also intends to issue guidance to help clarify the difference between “servicing” and “remanufacturing."

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