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FDA Budget: Compounding Increase Paid With Construction Funding, Efficiencies

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Some planned buildings on the White Oak campus for FY 2015 would not be funded and savings from program efficiencies would create the $25 million in new funding for compounding oversight, Hamburg tells House committee.

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