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Labeling Changes For Products In Strategic National Stockpile To Be Controlled By FDA, Not Firms

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Final rule allows CDC officials to request waivers or alternatives to labeling of certain medical products in a national emergency. Industry had wanted to narrow the waiver powers; hospitals had wanted to broaden them. FDA declined to do either.

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