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Every year, the FDA’s Freedom of Information Office receives thousands of requests for records covering every aspect of products regulated by the agency. Each request is recorded in the FDA Freedom of Information Request Log, which includes the request date, requester name and affiliation and a brief summary of the information sought.

This Log keeps you on top of the issues, firms and products our industry is watching:

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