HHS Public Health Appointment Could Reduce Pressure For FDA Nominee
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The appointment of Donald Henderson, MD, to head the HHS Office of Public Health Preparedness could reduce some of the pressure on the White House to move quickly on a nomination for an FDA commissioner
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