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2016 Will Be A Big Year For Combo Product Reform, FDA Says

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Executive Summary

Having earlier signaled its plan to propose a new statutory pathway for combination products by the end of 2016, the agency is now working on a bevy of process changes, guidance documents and rules to enhance premarket and postmarket regulation of combination products in the years ahead.

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