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Trade group cautiously upbeat on FDA plan

1/20/2011 06:04 PM EST
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re: Trade group cautiously upbeat on FDA plan
Warren3   1/21/2011 11:10:34 PM
Considering the fact that as a regulated entity you would never want to say something bad about your regulators (that they would hear about anyway) then if the best that the regulated can say is "It's a long and complicated plan, but we are generally pleased with what came out compared to the original proposals," then I'm guessing folks aren't all that pleased after all.

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