FDA No Longer Publishing Quarterly PMA And HDE Decisions
The US FDA has stopped publishing its list of approvals and denials of premarket approval applications (PMAs) and humanitarian device exemptions (HDEs) in the Federal Register on a quarterly basis. The agency says the change will save money and resources.
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