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Conflict of Interest Reform: Greatest Impact May Be Committee Vacancy Rate

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FDA user fee reauthorization eliminates limits on waivers, which may ease the burden on FDA to fill open seats on its advisory committees. Vacancy rates have been as high as 24% in FY 2012.

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