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US FDA Diagnostic Test Regulation Bill Stays On Back Burner

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It is clear that the next step in the long-term debate over whether and how the US FDA should regulate lab-developed tests will come from the administration and not Congress. But key legislators are ready to move quickly if they can get enough support.

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