FDA Proposes Expanding User Fees To Cosmetics Among New Areas
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The White House requests a 17% increase in FDA’s overall budget to $4.5 billion, including $855 million in direct appropriations for CFSAN, about $10 million less than its fiscal 2012 appropriation, and $473 million for CDER, about $5 million less than its current appropriation.
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