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Third-Party Review: FDA Seeks Tangible 510(k) Results Over Next Three Years

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Under a new plan and draft guidance issued by US FDA, the agency is hoping to streamline and improve its third-party review program. The goal is to spend substantially less FDA resources re-reviewing low-to-moderate risk 510(k) applications that go through the program and allow products to enter market sooner.

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