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Hamburg Tries To “Cope” With FDA Budget, Emphasizes Predictability

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The commissioner says FDA cannot operate effectively without predictable budgets, just as industry needs consistent FDA policy and actions for successful drug development. Making sequestered user fees available could be accomplished in fiscal 2014 budget negotiations.

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