FDA seeks more money for drug safety reviews

01/11/2007 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

The FDA is asking for a 29% increase in funds to monitor the safety of drugs already on the market. The $87.4 million hike in fees paid by the industry would include funds for better checks of drug ads. Critics said the request is too modest but is a step in the right direction. Read the FDA release.

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