Dingell Says Lab Closures “Frightening,” FDA District Chief Expects Problems
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
House Energy and Commerce leaders say FDA's plan to close several labs - including its only facility testing for radiological contaminants - is a threat to national security, while an FDA district chief says problems are likely to hinder the agency's work early in the planned reorganization
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