Crawford in another setback on FDA commissionership
This article was originally published in Clinica
Yet another roadblock has been erected to stymie Lester Crawford's nomination to become the next full-time FDA Commissioner. Senator Tom Coburn disclosed last week that he will put a hold on a confirmation vote over the agency's failure to implement a condom labelling law. That law, enacted in 2000, required that condom labelling include a disclosure that the product does not prevent all sexually-transmitted diseases.