CAERS Funding Flat While Drug Safety Increases In FDA Spending Bill
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Agriculture Appropriations conference report approved by the House and Senate includes $5.36 mil. for the CFSAN Adverse Events Reporting System, "of which approximately $1.5 mil. is for dietary supplements.
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