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FDA Regulatory Science Infrastructure Gets $25 Million Push In Budget

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Gaining the expertise and infrastructure needed to assess products of the future - such as biosimilars and those based on stem cells and nanotechnology - is the goal of a $25 million scientific modernization effort proposed in the fiscal 2011 FDA budget

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