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US Funding Law Could Speed Approval Of Drugs And Biologics Manufactured In Advanced Ways

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FY 2023 appropriations language requires HHS Secretary to designate advanced manufacturing technologies for expedited review, and to follow up with advice and meetings that could help move things along.

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