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Senate ‘Innovation’ Bill Being Narrowed With Year-End Committee Passage In Mind

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Counterpart to House Cures bill likely to focus on ‘big buckets’ of issues, including new approval pathway for antibiotics, reforms at NIH and biomarker development.

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