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For National Minority Cancer Awareness Month, AdvaMed’s DeChane Dorsey reflects on the continued need for improvements in health equity and the impact of cancer on racial and ethnic minority groups.
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Congress is considering the latest agreement between the FDA and the industry to help fund agency consideration of medical devices with user fees.
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