FDA Coffers Fill With Funds, But No Money For Reagan-Udall Or Lab Closures
FDA enters 2008 with the financial wherewithal to go full speed ahead in hiring and establishing the safety programs authorized by the FDA Amendments Act, following President Bush's signing of an omnibus fiscal 2008 appropriations package on Dec. 26
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