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FDA No Longer Publishing Quarterly PMA And HDE Decisions

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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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