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GDUFA Facility Fees Likely To Increase Due To Fewer Self-IDs

Executive Summary

Fewer API and finished dosage form facilities appear on the FY 2014 generic drug user fee self-identification list, meaning FDA may be forced to adjust next year’s GDUFA fees for more than just inflation.

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