Commissioner Expects Pandemic Response To Continue Steering US FDA Decisions, Priorities
FDA faces unprecedented challenges responding to pandemic, needing to balance urgency, speed, safety and transparency against a fast-moving background. Hahn, who spoke at a recent medical device industry conference and will testify at a congressional hearing on 23 June, says he has focused on making decisions supported by data and science, and updating those decisions as more information became available.
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