Senators Urge FDA To Issue OTC Hearing Aid Regulations
Part of a FDARA package signed into law in 2017, the OTC Hearing Aid Act would expand access to affordable hearing aids
Two US senators are pushing the agency to enact a final rule authorized in 2017 that would improve consumer access to affordable hearing aids.
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