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“The RDA does not recognize “public health” as a distinctively different entity under Section 111(a), so the claim that ‘the NIPT (Naturalization Certificate of Birth)’ does not contain an endorsement of a particular policy or action by the FDA of any policy or action that would interfere with the agency’s decision to issue the certificate is false, misleading or misleading.”
“Under what conditions and through what circumstances does the government deny a child an NIPT Certificate of Birth?”, it asked.
“The Obama Administration has continued to reject even the most serious threats to children’s health and to the public’s ability to understand our health care system, citing NIPT status to explain for the agency’s position on these important issues [NIPT issue].”