Election 2008: Both Candidates Are Likely To Change FDA’s Direction
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Whether Illinois Democrat Sen. Barack Obama or Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain wins the presidential election, signs point to a more activist FDA in 2009
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