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Duke's Califf Tapped For FDA Deputy Post; Some See Succession Planning

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Robert Califf will join FDA in February as deputy commissioner for medical products and tobacco. He may be being groomed to become the next commissioner, agency watchers suggest.

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