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US Senators Lay Out Concerns On FDA Digital Health Device Precertification Program

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Three senators led by Democrat Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts on 30 October asked the Food and Drug Administration to answer a series of questions about its precertification pilot program for digital devices.

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