Hillebrenner Fields Questions On FDA’s Proposed Rule To Regulate LDTs, Says No To Extended Comment Period
During a recent webinar, Elizabeth Hillebrenner of the US FDA’s device center sought to clarify specifics on the agency’s proposed rule to regulate laboratory-developed tests, which establishes FDA oversight of the tests over a five-year period.
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