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Medtech In Politics: A Look At Republican And Democratic Party Platforms

Executive Summary

The Republican presidential platform bashes the US FDA for "chilling and killing" development of new devices, pledging to restore the agency as a leader in medical innovation, while the Democratic Party platform focuses on supporting public health options, including higher funding levels to fight the Zika virus. The two platforms also diverge on tax and trade policy.


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