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Congress Instructs FDA On Nanotech Work, But Mute On Funding

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Newly passed user-fee legislation includes a provision directing FDA to intensify its research and policy development regarding nanotechnology and its use in consumer products. How such efforts are to be funded remains a question.

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