Sequestration could hurt FDA, public health

03/4/2013 | MedCityNews.com · Hill, The · MSNBC

Sequestration, which took effect Friday, may force the FDA to cut its staff, potentially slowing the drug approval process and limiting inspections at facilities that manufacture food products. The budget cuts also threaten public health by forcing agencies to curtail health care services for children, HIV patients and prevention and more.

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