Press calls for tough new commissioner at the US FDA
This article was originally published in Clinica
Editorial commentators in the US press are calling for President Clinton to name an equally tough and aggressive person to replace David Kessler, who resigned last month as commissioner of the FDA. A paean of praise to Dr Kessler for setting a high regulatory standard has echoed round most major newspapers.
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