Fireworks Kept At Bay As Congress Pushes To Enact FDA Reforms By July 4
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Bipartisan FDA user fee reauthorization and reform legislation sailed unanimously through the House Energy and Commerce Committee May 10, with many similarities to a Senate version that has also passed out of committee.
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The Senate user fee reauthorization and FDA reform bill, formally introduced May 15, includes several new provisions, including a moratorium on FDA issuing final guidance on mobile medical apps. The bill should see action on the Senate floor this week.