Establishment Fees Protect American Manufacturing, Mylan Argues In User Fee Proposal
Mylan President Heather Bresch is drawing attention to the economic implications of not inspecting overseas drug manufacturing facilities as she seeks congressional support for generic user fees to finance such activities.
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