FDA 2021 Budget Bill Passed By House Supports Cybersecurity, AI, Device Safety
US House appropriators agreed to boost a series of special programs at the US FDA centering on cybersecurity, AI and medical device safety, while cutting the device center’s overall budget by 5.8%.
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