US Supply Chain "Elasticity" Pilot Would Get Major Funds In House-Passed Legislation
COMPETES Act also includes enhanced penalties for drug makers who falsify or destroy records, power for the FDA to recall harmful drugs, funding for drug manufacturing technology and additional supply chain flexibility efforts.
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