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User Fee Bill Reemerges In Senate With Minor Tweaks, But More Changes Expected

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The new bill includes a provision requiring FDA to consider foreign clinical trial data when making approval decisions and more patient participation in drug development meetings. A cloture vote could come as soon as May 17 with floor debate possibly beginning next week, Sen. Reid says.

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