Hamburg Seeks To Rebuild FDA After Years Of Insufficient Resources
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
FDA needs more funding to make up for years of neglect, Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said Feb. 8 at the AcademyHealth National Health Policy in Washington, D.C
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