US FDA ‘Bruised’ But Not Broken: Former Commissioners See Agency Intact Amid Transition
Three former commissioners believe FDA has come through the Trump administration relatively unscathed when compared to the reputational damage suffered by other government agencies. Will the Biden team agree?
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