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Sequestration Day: FDA Will Manage For Now, But Could Suffer Later If Hiring Deferred

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As the across-the-board cuts go into effect, not allowing FDA to add the hundreds of new employees that will be needed to meet the goals of user fee and other programs could damage the agency for years to come; NIH and CMS also will see significant effects.

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