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CHICAGO - (AP) Most medical devices recalled in recent years because of deaths or life-threatening problems were cleared for approval under less stringent regulations that don't require human testing, an analysis found. The report comes as the Food and Drug Administration is reviewing sweeping proposals to revise. . . . Full version available to lexis.com subscribers.