House passes two bills on continuous manufacturing, stockpiling ahead of future pandemics
The House of Representatives this week passed two bills to strengthen America’s national stockpile of medical supplies and to allow the FDA to designate colleges and universities as National Centers of Excellence in Advanced and Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing.
The stockpile bill, known as HR 3635, passed by a vote of 397-22. Introduced by Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) and 15 other cosponsors, the bill would improve America’s ability to respond to future pandemics, as well as handle the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic too.
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