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Under Development: FDA Globalization Strategy And State Partnerships

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA looks to rely less on its staff and more on data and resource sharing with other countries to cope with the increasingly global food, drug and medical device industries, according to the agency's acting second-in-command and its top food programs official.

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