US Justice Department clears Zeller of pedicle perjury
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US Justice Department has cleared FDA deputy associate commissioner for policy Mitch Zeller over allegations that he lied to the House Commerce oversight & investigations subcommittee last year. The FDA official claimed he had not noticed that two pedicle screw documents were under court seal when he gave them to lawyers for patients alleging harm from the screws (see Clinica No 700/701, p 7). Texas Republican Joe Barton and others in the party suspected relations were too close between the agency and trial lawyers.
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