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FDA turns to Twitter to help track testing supply shortages

March 18, 2020, Politico

Scott Danzis is quoted in Politico regarding tracking medical device shortages and whether regulations requiring drug manufacturers to warn the government when a shortage seems likely should be applied to medical devices. Mr. Danzis says, “There's a balance that has to be struck between giving that information to FDA and creating additional reporting requirements in a time where people can't quite keep up with all that they're required to do already in terms of getting these tests up and running.”

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