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Several experts suggest FDA is toeing the line in keeping the first stage of its pre-certification program for software-as-a-medical-device products legally permissible, but it may be limited in scope for the time being. Meanwhile, one attorney says the agency is sending mixed messages about whether the current program will sit comfortably within FDA's current authorities.
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