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4th Annual Clinical Affairs and Regulatory Approvals for Diagnostics Conference

21 Oct 2013 - 22 Oct 2013 - Alexandria, VA, USA



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Diagnostic testing has reached monumental heights providing physicians and patients with lifesaving information and healthcare opportunities. As innovation continues to evolve and tests advance in their complexity, the challenges in assuring regulatory approval increases in tandem. Manufacturers face numerous hurdles in defining clinical evidence to support and secure timely regulatory approval in an increasingly competitive marketplace. This annual conference program will bring together regulators as well as industry experts who will share and discuss the challenges faced in bringing new tests to the market, as well as the strategies used to navigate through an uncertain and evolving regulatory environment.




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