Texas Congressman Drafts Bill to Keep Lab Test Oversight out of 'FDA's Lap,' Expand Authority of CMS | GenomeWeb

This article was updated on Oct. 17 to note that Rep. Burgess has introduced the bill and to indicate that the legislation has support from two large laboratories. Originally published Oct. 14.

By Turna Ray

Legislation seeking to keep regulation of laboratory-developed tests under the purview of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is taking shape under the leadership of Texas Congressman Michael Burgess and so far has the support of certain laboratory industry stakeholders.

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