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Medical Product Regulations: An Introduction
Prepared in September 2021, this brief backgrounder from the Congressional Research Service is intended as a concise introduction to FDA's regulation of drugs, biologics, and devices. The report is intended to offer congressional representatives and their staff factual, basic and accurate information describing the approval and surveillance of these products. Throughout, the appropriate Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act citations are provided.
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