Supplemental Filings: House GOP Tries to Ban FDA Pride Flag; Amyloid PET NCD Updates Soon
As the FDA flies the Progressive Pride Flag in honor of Pride Month, an appropriations bill provision would limit the flags that could be flown at it and other federal agency buildings. Plus news on Medicare's amyloid PET NCD, reimbursement for new end-stage renal disease drugs, opioid disposal and what FDA can't use its user fees for in 2024.
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