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US FDA 2020 Budget Request Is Parting Gift From Commissioner Gottlieb

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The Trump Administration’s request to increase FDA funding by 12% is a reminder of the behind-the-scenes benefits brought to FDA by the outgoing commissioner. The proposed increase for FDA stands in stark contrast to what is otherwise an austerity budget for HHS agencies.

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