FDA FY 2012 Budget Gives Hamburg Regulatory Science Upgrade A Year Late
Regulatory science improvements, a casualty of last year’s budget process, would be saved in President Obama’s fiscal year 2012 budget, although in part because some of the infrastructure already is under construction.
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