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June 19th, 2007

Destroy Preemption, Detroy Innovation

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Congress recognized that R&D would disappear if drug and equipment manufacturers faced an impenetrable world of 50 state regulatory regimes and, even worse, 50 different court systems followed by 50,000 trial attorneys hungry for a big payoff. Given the growing complexity of medical technology - the combination of devices with drugs and biological agents, the prevalence of software and sophisticated computer technology in so many innovations, and the promising field of nanotechnology - the need for the pre-emption protection is more important than ever.

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