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IT'S NO SMALL MATTER: FDA TASK FORCE AND EPA WEIGH IN ON NANOTECHNOLOGY

15 No. 4 ANMDLR 2Eric M. Kraus, Esq., and Amy H. Chung, Esq. Andrews Medical Devices Litigation Reporter (Approx. 8 pages)

IT'S NO SMALL MATTER: FDA TASK FORCE AND EPA WEIGH IN ON NANOTECHNOLOGY

15 No. 4 ANMDLR 2Eric M. Kraus, Esq., and Amy H. Chung, Esq. Andrews Medical Devices Litigation Reporter (Approx. 8 pages)

15 No. 4 Andrews Med. Devices Litig. Rep. 2
Andrews Medical Devices Litigation Reporter
*1 April 14, 2008
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Eric M. Kraus, Esq., and Amy H. Chung, Esq.aa1
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IT'S NO SMALL MATTER: FDA TASK FORCE AND EPA WEIGH IN ON NANOTECHNOLOGY

Eric M. Kraus and Amy H. Chung of Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold in New York examine how federal agencies and the legal and business communities are laying groundwork for regulation of nanotechnology, microscopic technology destined to play an...
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