Cures 2.0 May Get Fast Tracked Due To COVID-19
Follow-up bill to the 21st Century Cures Act looks to be more focused on reimbursement and delivery than the 2016 law, which centered on speeding drug development and approval. The bill's architects are working to get some of their provisions, including those around antibiotics, attached to the next COVID-19 relief legislation.
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