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3D Printing And The First Amendment: What A Gun Rights Case Could Mean For US FDA

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A landmark legal case over 3D-printed guns doesn’t involve FDA – but it is worth considering how the issues are likely to apply to the drug approval process in years to come. The right to bear arms may rely on the Second Amendment, but the key for FDA is how courts look at the First Amendment in the context of new technology.
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