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Monograph Reform Legislation In Play As FDA, OTC Industry Get Real On Changes

Executive Summary

FDA and CHPA preparing for changes to monograph procedures the agency and industry negotiated, including a user fee program, and are included in legislation passed by House and introduced in Senate. But neither the agency nor the trade group expects to be entirely ready before the legislation passes, whenever that might be.

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