In FDA files, claims of rush to approve devices
New York Times, January 15, 2009
Nine scientists from the Food and Drug Administration are concerned that FDA managers have become too lenient in approving medical devices. They believe that some devices are not properly tested, which not only increases the risk of human error, it could ultimately compromise patient safety.
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