GAO Presses FDA To Issue Recall Regs, Strengthen Process
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
GAO calls on FDA to provide details on how it will implement and exercise its new mandatory recall authority, but the agency notes that recalls offer case-by-case challenges, and says the law does not require it to issue recall regs or guidance.
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