US FDA Device Funding Would Leap By 26% In 2019 Under Trump Budget Proposal
US FDA Device Center program funding would see a $131m increase under the Trump administration's budget proposal, which prioritizes "speeding innovations" in medical devices and other products the agency regulates, and closely examining what regulations need to be revised, updated or eliminated.
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