FDA BUDGET REQUEST INCLUDES $6.8 MIL. IN DRUG POST-MARKETING SURVEILLANCE USER FEES; SALARIES AND EXPENSES INCREASE BY $21 MIL., INCLUDING TOBACCO AND FOOD SAFETY
The Clinton Administration is proposing $6.8 mil. in user fees to fund 63 full-time equivalent positions for drug post-marketing surveillance.
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