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Podcast: MDMA CEO Mark Leahey On Industry's Hot Topics

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In an exclusive interview with Medtech Insight, MDMA's Mark Leahey – one of industry's top lobbyists – talked about the group's priorities over the past year and its continued work on hot-button issues, including medical device-tax repeal, reimbursement and implementing MDUFA IV provisions. He also discussed the imminent departure of US FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb and the recent federal government shutdown.

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